The most recent offensive of the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) to retake areas of Idlib province from Turkish-backed Syrian militants has seen a humanitarian crisis unfold, with thousands displaced in the direction of the Turkish border.

Large numbers of migrants have been heading towards Turkey’s European borders since last week after Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced that authorities would no longer stop migrants from trying to enter the EU.

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two-bit Sultan goes on, EU may decide to hermetically close the Turkish border. Since EU is Turkey’s #1 export destination, its economy would be seriously damaged… I consider we should have a debate in Brussels about cancelling the visas of Turkiskh citizens living in the EU ending with something like “let’s see if the ErDOG stops with his blackmail due to the risk of seeing a boomerang effect with 5 millions Turks flushed from the EU”… If he doesn’t takes it into account, we can start refusing new visas and prolonging the existing ones as a warning shot and start… Read more »

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It is terrible what crimes Turkey is doing against Greece and thus against Europe.
After all, the alleged poor migrants are terrorists.
Turkey, together with the US, is pushing them to Europe with the order to terrorize Europe.
NATO states go against their own.
Greece use sonic weapons on its border against terrorists.
Thank you.