Davutoglu says Turkey will not leave refugees in trouble


Ankara is not going to deny entry to refugees from Syria and other countries, the Prime Minister of Turkey, Ahmet Davutoglu, said.

“There are 1.7 million refugees in Turkey now and more than 200,000 refugee babies were born in Turkey. They were born in a free country. We will never close the doors to the oppressed. I am honored to be the prime minister of a country hosting the highest number of refugees," RIA Novosti cited him as saying.

Davutoglu noted that the responsibility for these refugees lay not just with Turkey but with the world and called for the UN to take “concrete steps against cruelties”.


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