There is violations of the ceasefire every day and they will continue every day for the next 50yrs because nothing gets done about it. It's about time SAA, Iran and Russia ended this nonsense, stop pussyfooting around and get the job done. In the last couple of years they have even failed to fully root out and eradicate terrorists in Daara, and rid the other areas of ISIS. This has been a massive failure and embarrassment to SAA etc. And Latakia still hasn't been liberated. And zero progress in Idilb. Syrians must be fully disappointed with no progress. They will most likely still be waiting decades to come. Maybe Syria should just give up and partition the rest of the areas off, thee is certainly no effort or will to end the war and liberate the rest of the country.
Syria has been making progress every year. Give it time. The interventionists will pack up and leave sooner or later. There's nothing for them to do there.
Turkey has already quit its games with a multivector foreign policy and is now talking about joining the EU again, what with its massive currency crisis and the new showdown between East and West.
Which means the US will have to abandon its support for the Kurds in turn.
That's the next place to be reintegrated.
Zero progress has been made in nearly two years, the lines are still the same, in fact they have failed to eradicate ISIS is an embarrassment, and a small insurgency in the south which they still struggle to contain with assassinations of officers etc, this is a poor show of progress. Talking behind closed doors does nothing for the troops or civilians on the ground. Turkey hasn't given up support for terrorists in Syria, still providing arms, money training and intel, nor has Turkey removed all soldiers and armour. Zero progress.
Get the finger out of their ass and clear ISIS from all liberated land, stamp out the insurgency in the south, then turn there eye on Latakia and fully liberated it. Giving SAA good vantage points over the surrounding areas. Then start taking Idilb. The reason they haven't taken any further action in Idilb is due to Turkish support for terrorists there. All we see is a tit for tat attack. The SAA Iran and Russia made some good progress within the first few years of Russian intervention but it went stagnant.
Your field of vision is too narrow
Turkey jumped right back into the NATO/EU camp 3 weeks ago. Seemingly, the US decided that it's time for concessions, while Erdogan has been probably more than a little worried about his political future.
Talk of joining the EU again https://www.hurriyetdailynews.com/eu-membership-remains-turkeys-strategic-priority-erdogan-170756
The first meeting of the Turkish and Greek economic commission yesterday after 11 years https://www.hurriyetdailynews.com/turkey-greece-economic-commission-meets-after-11-years-171031
Probably cancelling further S-400 purchases, although that was dead anyway I suspect when Russia refused to share technology
Now discussions in the US on rewriting the Montreux conventions for passage of warships to/from the Black Sea, which would have to have the support of Turkey of course https://twitter.com/vicktop55/status/1486426725911343104
Question is - in exchange for what?
Certainly help with Turkey's currency crisis and investor confidence I'd assume
Dropping support for the Greek-Israeli EastMed gas pipeline https://www.euractiv.com/section/energy/news/greece-fumes-as-washington-loses-interest-in-eastmed-gas-pipeline/
F-35 purchases being on the table again https://ahvalnews.com/f-35/turkey-us-start-talks-f-35-fighter-jets
But Turkey's biggest point of contention with the US has always been the later's support of the Kurds in Syria. The US does need that border territory to prevent Syrian-Iranian transit via Iraq. But I predict that the Kurds will be dropped in some way, with the only thing left being a base at the Semalka border crossing, and the southern former-ISIS part of SDF territory still having a US presence.
With that in mind, Syria will stand to reincorporate all the Kurdish-populated core of SDF territory, and on terms more to its liking. Then it can proceed to destabilizing the US-allied former-ISIS warlords in the Deir-ez-Zor province.