Turkey requires help from EU for the immigrants: Erdogan


Komal FatimaWeb Editor

08th November, 2019
Turkey requires help from EU for the immigrants

Turkey’s President Tayyip Erdogan accused U.S.A. and Russia and said they failed to play their part of the agreement in which it was decided that the Kurdish group will leave the area which connects Turkey and Syria.

Erdogan has informed that he will discuss this matter with U.S. President Donald Trump on his visit next week.

Tayyip Erdogan has further said that Turkey needs help from the European Union for the immigrants, Turkey will need to open doors of Europe for the immigrants of Syria.

Turkey’s purpose is to create a ‘safe zone’ in north-east Syria, 20 lac Syrian immigrants can settle here once this area is cleared from Kurdish YPG Militia.

Tayyip Erdogan has emphasized the European Union help Turkey in welcoming over three lac immigrants, our country cannot shoulder this responsibility alone.

It should be remembered that Turkey had begun operation at the border connected with Syrian rebels, so they may be helped by removing Kurdish YPG groups from the area.

After capturing the area of 120KM, Ankara made a deal with the U.S. to keep Kurds far from it.

Erdogan is ready to exchange their thoughts on implementation in the chat with Trump on 13th November.

Turks officials had confirmed it on Wednesday that the visit will proceed after a conversation of both the presidents on phone.

Erdogan had referred the decided deadline in his agreement before his visit to Hungary and had said that when we negotiated, they have promised that Kurdish YPG will leave in 120 hours.

Turk authorities had said at the beginning of this week that they will demand a visit to the U.S. on accepting vast genocide of Armenians as mass killing that happened a century ago and on admiring sanctions imposed on Turkey.

Given that Donald Trump had mentioned in his tweet earlier that he is looking forward to meeting President Erdogan on 13th November at White House.

 

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