Idlib, Syria. The fate of the international highway M4 and the area south of it is still unknown with the Russian-Turkish ceasefire agreement, as the agreement’s full details are not revealed yet. The agreement called to establish a six-kilometer deep security zone on both sides of the highway and to deploy Russian-Turkish patrols in the area, without determining who would be controlling the area. The statements of Turkish Foreign Minister, Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu, revealed a vague part of the agreement, as he said that Russia will supervise the area south of the highway, while Turkey will supervise the area north of it. More than 845 square kilometers south of the highway are still under the control of the Turkish-backed National Army factions, but the deployment of Russian forces there could mean that the Syrian government forces might enter the area and gain control of it. This is one of the reasons that pushed people of Idlib to reject the agreement. The Russian-Turkish patrols will be deployed on Mar. 15, 2020 and the people are still waiting for further details of the agreement, the most important of which is the fate of the highway and its two sides. A Russian military delegation began discussion regarding the agreement with Turkey today.