Russia, Turkey, Iran back Syria truce deal

As the main regional powers have agreed to back the truce deal, hopes of situations in Syria getting back to normality have also raised.

Iran, Russia and Turkey have agreed to enforce a cease-fire in the Syrian civil war following peace negotiations in Kazakhstan.

However, it is still uncertain as to whether the Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and the rebel opposition would support the measure announced by the countries.

It is also worth mentioning that prior to the conclusion of the two-day peace talks, the rebels revealed that no agreements of any sort would be signed.

The peace negotiations in Kazakhstan s capital of Astana were aimed to bringing an end to the nearly six-year Syrian civil war.