Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Turkey will not close the doors to refugees from Syria

Turkey "not close the doors" to refugees fleeing violence in Syria, as declared himself Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who confessed that Ankara is closely following developments in the neighboring country and you want Damascus show greater tolerance for their citizens. A member of the Turkish Foreign Ministry has confirmed that about 420 people have crossed the Syrian border since they began the bloody protests.

During the night from Tuesday to Wednesday, a total of 122 Syrians, including women and children crossed the border seeking refuge from the fighting to live your country. The Syrians have fled from the city of the Shughour Jirsa, fearing a bloodbath, as army troops and tanks are approaching Asad with orders to respond to any provocation.

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