Euronews: Erdogan threatens to open the gates to Syrian refugees to Europe

Euronews: Эрдоган пригрозил открыть сирийским беженцам ворота в Европу

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said that if Europe will not support it, the return of the Syrian refugees who live in Turkey, he will open the way to European countries. In addition, as Euronews reports, he said the Syrian Kurds on the date by which they must leave the border area.
Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Saturday again has a lot of threats. The Turkish President urged forces of the Syrian Kurds to move away from the Turkish border to the deadline, which was Tuesday, otherwise it will be tough. In accordance with the agreement they had concluded with Russia, Ankara has suspended offensive operations that the Kurds could leave the border area.

RECEP TAYYIP ERDOGAN, Turkish President: If the terrorists continue their attacks inside or outside the 30-kilometer zone, we will pursue them and will do whatever is necessary. And if you do not support our return one to two million Syrian refugees from 3.6 million living in our country, we will have no choice but to open the gates to them and to afford to go to Europe.

The second threat Recep Tayyip Erdogan was addressed to the Europeans, whom he accuses that they did not provide all the assistance promised by Turkey, which has taken under his wing refugees.

At this time Russia, which plays a key role Syria has placed its military patrols to monitor the retreat of the Kurds. As for the American forces that remain in the North of Syria, they regrouped around nefterozhdeny Deir-ez-Zor, which angered Russia, which accuses the U.S. of oil smuggling.

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