Speaking at the G-20 leaders’ conference, Turkish President Erdogan said that Afghan refugees will not be kept in Turkey. Because there are already 3.6 million Syrian refugees in Turkey.
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- Erdogan said Afghan refugees will not live in Turkey
- Announced in favor of Taliban in G-20 leaders’ conference
- There are still 3.6 million Syrian refugees in Turkey
New Delhi :
Speaking at the G-20 leaders’ conference, Turkish President Erdogan said that Afghan refugees will not be kept in Turkey. Because there are already 3.6 million Syrian refugees in Turkey. This announcement of Erdogan is being seen as completely linked to the side of the Taliban. Erdogan said that to prevent refugees coming from Afghanistan, Turkey has also made strict security arrangements on the border, due to which refugees will not be able to enter Turkey at any cost. Let us tell you that Putin had sent an invitation to the Taliban leaders to participate in the G-20 conference.
Speaking on the situation in Afghanistan at the G20 leaders’ conference, Erdogan said Turkey cannot once again face a new influx of refugees. He also proposed the creation of a working group on Afghanistan in the G-20. Erdogan said that Turkey is also ready to lead this working group. This statement of the President of Turkey is being taken out of many meanings at the international level.
According to the BBC report, refugees from Afghanistan are reaching the Turkish border via Iran. After Pakistan, it is becoming the most favorable way for Afghan refugees.. Iran is also not obstructing these people from leaving their country and reaching the European border. After the Taliban occupation in Afghanistan, millions of Afghans Citizens have left the country..
First Published : 14 Oct 2021, 08:04:42 PM
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