Syria opposes ‘colonialist’ Turkish plan to establish safe zone for Syrian refugees

Syria has rejected Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s statements, made on 3 May, in relation to the return of one million Syrian refugees to so-called ‘safe zones’ on the border between the two countries, according to the official SANA news agency.

In early May, President Erdogan said Turkey plans to return one million Syrian refugees to areas dominated by the Turkish Armed Forces in northern Syria and to provide them with the infrastructure needed to rebuild their lives

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