Russian President Vladimir Putin and Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan agreed to a ceasefire for the conflict in northwestern Syria. The two presidents met in Moscow and signed a ceasefire to halt the attack on the last remaining Syrian rebel stronghold. Putin commented that he hopes the agreement will reduce the military presence in Idlib and allow local citizens to return. Erdogan also said that both countries will work together to provide aid to Syrian refugees. Hundreds of thousands have been killed since the fighting broke out with millions displaced from their homes, as past peace deals always fell through.