Greece, whose beautiful islands confronting the Turkish coast were the European mark of section for countless Syrians, Iraqis, Afghans and others six years prior, has clarified it would not like to remember that emergency.
Movement Minister Notis Mitarachi said Greece won’t acknowledge being the “gateway for irregular flows into the EU,” and it considers Turkey to be a safe place for Afghans.
Such talk makes Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan see red. His nation as of now has 3.6 million Syrians and a huge number of Afghans, and he has utilized the danger of sending them to Europe for political influence.
“Turkey has no duty, responsibility or obligation to be Europe’s refugee warehouse,” Erdogan warned in a speech on Thursday.
The Turkish president discussed movement from Afghanistan in an uncommon call with Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis on Friday and furthermore talked about the issue with Iran.