As Russia reopens the Syrian front, Erdogan dusts off his plan to flood Europe with migrants

Iran IranSenior members of the cabinet from Afghanistan and neighboring states gathered in Iran’s capital, Tehran for a one-day conference to discuss the situation in the Taliban-ruled country.

The foreign ministers from Iran, Pakistan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan were present in

Moreover, Istanbul Mayor Ekremİmamoğlu of the main opposition Republican People’s Party (CHP) penned an article this month asserting that, although Turkey has accepted more refugees than any country in the world, the lack of an effective and coherent national immigration policy has furthered the cycle of poverty and impeded Syrians’ integration.

Writing in Turkish Policy Quarterly (TPQ), İmamoğlu says Turkey’s 3.5 million Syrians refugees face significant financial constraints and are mostly unable to secure decent-paying jobs, which means they tend to live in shoddy and crowded apartments. He goes on to argue that due to the state’s failure to integrate these new arrivals, local governments, like that of Istanbul, have been forced to play a key role in protecting and integrating refugees even as municipalities struggle with minimal oversight and funding and a lack of standardised services.Erdogan, after sending thousands of these refugees to fight in Libya, is determined to open their doors to Europe, not to lose that bit of credibility that remains among his constituents.



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