Int'l efforts needed to resolve refugee matter: Turkish FM

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The international community’s efforts are needed to solve the migration problem, Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavushoglu said on Sept. 12. reports that the statement came from Turkish FM.

“If this [migration] is a global problem, we must work together as the international community to solve it,” Cavushoglu told journalists in the southern Turkish resort city of Antalya.

The international community is showing “better support” for the safe return of refugees to their countries of origin, he said. “We have now started to receive better support from the international community for the safe return of refugees to their countries. They have understood how serious this issue is,” the minister stated.

Turkey works with the U.N. high commissioner for refugees to repatriate refugees to their countries, especially Syria, Cavushoglu said, adding that the initiative has been started by Syria’s neighboring countries that are hosting the majority of Syrian refugees, including Turkey, Lebanon, Jordan, and Iraq.

He stressed the need to pursue projects that create employment and provide returnees’ access to quality education, health care and employment, as done in Syria’s northwestern Idlib region.

2021.09.12 / 20:54
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