Turkish High Advisory Board faces relocation, Syrians
(MENAFN) Turkish Leader Recep Tayyip Erdogan stated that scores of Syrians have resumed to the northern areas of their homeland that were cleared of terrorists by Turkish troops.
Erdogan and members of the High Advisory Board had a three-hour conference at the presidential complex in Ankara where they deliberated Turkiye’s migration management and problems on foreign nationals in Turkiye, in line with a declaration by Communications Director Fahrettin Altun.
Erdogan stated the Turkish state has never turned its back to those who were in need in disaster and the belief, culture, and values of the Turkish people would never favor any xenophobic attitude to foreigners.
He also said that over half a million Syrians have returned to northern Syrian lands that were made steady and safe after Turkish counter-terrorism labors in the area.
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