The recent cooperation between Russia and Turkey is becoming shaky because of the unclear incident(s) happened between Turkish/FSA and Syrian forces near al-Bab.
Assad is clearly tired of the massive military deployment ordered by Erdogan and it could also interfere with the solid Russian-Syrian relation. Considering the latest reports:
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We can’t rule out the possibility that Turkey will declare/create a “Soft” (low flying fighter jets and helicopters) No-Fly Zone in the areas occupied by Euphrates Shield forces. The New York Times: “Turkey called on the United States and other nations to rethink its proposal for a no-fly zone in northern Syria…” “Turkey has long called for a no-fly zone to protect Syrian opposition forces from President Bashar Assad’s air force.”