Turkey's purchase of Russian S-400 surface to air defence missile systems has sparked criticism from NATO ally US.
Air strikes hit area where boundaries of Hama, Idlib, and Latakia provinces meet, triggering a fresh wave of displacement, Syrian Observatory for Human Rights says.
The rights group said that it documented at least 18 attacks on medical facilities and schools in less than a year.
Group of 12 mainly technicians and engineers hopes to build hundreds of makeshift machines to combat the pandemic in Syria's northwest, where an army advance made nearly 1 million people homeless this year.
Turkey expressed its concerns at the meeting over ongoing acts of terror by the PKK/YPG and attempts to legitimise it.
Turkish President Erdogan said the Syrian regime was using the coronavirus outbreak as an opportunity to ramp up violence in Syria's Idlib region.
Turkey's National Defence Minister Hulusi Akar said 148,763 people have crossed the [Greek] border since February 28 and also noted Turkish and Russian forces stationed in Syria conducted their third joint patrol.
Turkish drone maker Baykar Chief Executive Haluk Bayraktar said 100 engineers from his company, defence contractor Aselsan and household electronics maker Arcelik are working together to have the ventilators ready by the end of May.
Turkey and Russia agreed on a protocol that urged parties to "cease all military actions along the line of contact in the Idlib de-escalation area starting from 00:01 on March 6, 2020."
With millions suffering from years of war and severely degraded medical facilities, countries at war cannot pay the price of a new frontline.
The attack on Turkish soldiers marks the country's first reported casualties since a ceasefire began earlier this month.
Alongside the perils of the war in Syria and living in displaced camps, the spectre of coronavirus is ever present for Syrians.
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