REFUGEE CRISIS JUMPS TO EUROPE WHEN TURKEY BECOMES ECONOMICALLY UNDESIRABLE FOR ITS “SYRIAN GUESTS”





These days Turkey is the “best” partner of the United Nations in terms of refugee policies. Turkey is trying to house around 2 million Syrian and Iraqi refugees within its borders and is finding it very difficult. With an economy with structural problems, Turkey is not a very attractive country for Syrians who have arrived during the last year. New refugees are not happy with jobs being very difficult to find and the low pay offered in exchange for heavy work. Therefore, newly arriving Syrian refugees are using Turkey as a way station on the way to Europe. Thus the humanitarian crisis in Syria has knocked on the door of Europe after four years.By Cahit UyanýkYou can read the rest of the article on our issue of October