Turkish President Erdoğan has said that he expects NATO's full support in the conflict in Syria and that the alliance is in a "critical process" in which it should show its solidarity with Turkey. "Turkey's Syria border is also NATO's southeastern border. A crisis stemming from Syria threatens our region and as a matter of fact the whole Europe due to security and humanitarian concerns," Erdoğan said.
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg has called on Syrian government and Russia to cease their attacks in Idlib. “We call on Assad and on Russia, because Russia provides support to the regime, to stop these attacks, to respect international law and to fully support the UN efforts to try to find a peaceful solution,” Stoltenberg said.