Selin ATAY-TDO- German Foreign Ministry spokesman Rainer Breul said at a press conference in Berlin that Germany was deeply concerned about the escalation of tensions in Idlib.
"We strongly condemn the regime's attacks in Idlib." Breul said and also demanded demanded that the ceasefire be respected as soon as possible.
Breul wanted all sides to reduce tensions in the region. “In this context, we are pleased with the negotiations between Turkey and Russia. The priority must be to prevent humanitarian catastrophe. Here, the Assad regime and Russia bear a special responsibility." he said.
As a response the question of "What efforts Germany and the European Union are making to reduce tensions in Idlib?” Breul said that Germany was not involved in the clashes in Idlib, but was operating on humanitarian aid,"
"We are in talks with those outside the Assad regime who we do not have any contact with. We are here in talks with Russia, which supports the regime. Of course, we are also negotiating with the Turkish side., "he said.