>> The face of Syria's last remaining rebel-held province, Idlib, could be decided by these three leaders, the Russian and Turkish Presidents meeting their Iranian counterpart in Tehran, Friday. And the trio make unlikely bedfellows in this complicated conflict. Turkish President Tayyip Erdoğan used to call for Syria's President Bashar Al-Assad to stand down.
Now, he's talking to the Syrians' closest allies, Russia and Iran. They're the reason Assad is in the strong position he is now with most of his country recaptured. Erdogan says it's time for a ceasefire in Idlib.>>
> A migration wave started again, and the place they're going to is always the Turkish border. They're now coming towards our borders. We should provide a ceasefire here.
Turkey's big concern is where they'll go once the fighting starts. Erdogan says his country cannot afford to take anymore refugees.>>
>> Even as their leaders gathered, Russian and Syrian war planes hit rebel-held parts of Idlib. The UN estimates any offensive would displace 800,000 people. While Erdogan says a ceasefire deal would mark a victory for the summit, for Putin and Rouhani, it's more about helping Syria's leader declare victory in his country's war.