Idlib, Syria, March 9, 2020. The current situation in cities that the Syrian government forces and Russian military campaign included before truce is not different from the one after the truce. Hundreds of thousands of people are still displaced outside their cities and towns after the Syrian government forces regained control of most of them, complaining about the outcomes of the Russian-Turkish recent meeting in Moscow. As bombings decreased, residents of areas that the Syrian government forces did not gain control of returned to check their houses and take what they were not able to take during bombings and battles. The residents do not intend to settle in their cities and towns due to the destruction in residential neighborhoods, markets, public facilities, and infrastructure. Turkey continues to send military convoys to the Idlib and Aleppo governorates, Northern Syria. The Turkish Army has reinforced its posts in the area with seven convoys since the start of the truce agreement. On March 8, 2020, a Turkish military convoy entered through the Kafr Lusin border crossing. The convoy consisted of 20 vehicles, including trucks, tanks and artillery. On March 6, 2020, the Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin announced a ceasefire agreement in Idlib and joint patrols along the International Highway (M4) between the villages of al-Tronbah and Ayn al-Hoor, eastern Idlib starting from March 15, 2020.