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“We have not taken any unplanned steps since 2011”

Minister of Interior Süleyman SoyluAt the meeting where the ‘Special Report on Pushbacks in the Aegean Sea and the Drowning Human Rights’ prepared by the Ombudsman Institution was announced to the public,We opened our borders. Who did we open? We opened it to people running away from death. And Turkey took care of those people. We have not taken any unplanned steps since 2011. We got the records of those who came to our borders. We have carried out all of our health-related steps, from registration to vaccination.” said.

The ‘Special Report on Pushbacks and Drowning in the Aegean Sea’, prepared by the Ombudsman Institution, was announced to the public with a ceremony held in the Grand National Assembly of Turkey today.

MALKOC: GREEK OFFICIALS ARE NOT ONLY PUSHING REFUGEES BACK, THEY ARE PUSHING HUMANITY BACK

Chief Ombudsman Şeref Malkoç, who made the opening speech of the meeting, said, “While doing this study, we have seen that everything that is shameful for human dignity is experienced in these cases. In the Aegean, Greek officials are not only pushing refugees back, they are pushing humanity back as well. They are doing all this on purpose and without hesitation, while looking the world in the eye,” he said.

SOYLU: TRUMP ITS HISTORY IN AMERICA

Soylu said:

  • We are not the cause of the war in Afghanistan. We are not the cause of poverty and poverty in Pakistan. We are not the cause of the massacre of humanity in Palestine. We are not the cause of hunger and poverty in Libya. Of course, we are not the reason why the state authorities of two countries were destroyed by two terrorist organizations right next to us. We are not the reason why Syria and Iran are damaged by the PKK/PYD and DAESH. We didn’t make the note that went down in history. Trump has fallen in America itself. He actually gave a historical lesson to the previous administration, saying, “You invented DAESH, ISIS.” He signed to the whole world expressing the ugliness of America. If we had done one of these, if we had emerged as Turkey… I would like to address those whose hands tremble when something comes from the ECHR; what about universal legal norms? Why can’t the masters, who reveal this universality, be a remedy for what is happening in Syria, those who are looking for their children under chemical bombs, and those who have lost their mothers and fathers?

“Since 2011, WE HAVE TAKE ANY UNPLANNED STEPS”

  • 7 million people were displaced inside Syria. He left his country, 14 million people. Since the beginning of 2011, under the leadership of our President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, we have done what we will do as the most honorable legacy we can leave to our future generations, befitting Turkey’s understanding, humanity and conscience, befitting our ancestors. We opened our borders. Who did we open? We opened it to people running away from death. And Turkey took care of those people. We have not taken any unplanned steps since 2011. We got the records of those who came to our borders. We have carried out all of our health-related steps, from registration to vaccination.

“THEY SEEN THAT THEY CAN TURN TURKEY INTO A MIGRANT WAREHOUSE”

  • They said many things in the March 18 agreement. Lie, they didn’t. They saw that with three cents of money they could solve everything and turn Turkey into a refugee warehouse. Why? Because the West doesn’t even think about it. They consider the immigration issue as a border issue.

ŞENTOP: IT IS A GREAT UNFORGETTOM TO LOSE THE WHOLE COST ON TURKEY IN MATERIAL AND MATERIAL MEANING

Speaker of the Grand National Assembly of Turkey Mustafa Şentop said, “Turkey is the country with the highest number of immigrants in the world, not in proportion to its population, but in total, the country with the highest number of immigrants. One of the reasons for this is Turkey’s proximity to countries that constitute a source of migration, being a neighbor as in Syria, but apart from that, Turkey is geographically a transit route between two big continents, Asia-Europe, even Africa and Europe. In this sense, it is a country with the highest number of immigrants. But the immigration issue is not Turkey’s issue. Immigration is a global issue. We express that this is not Turkey’s problem, and that it is a great injustice – in an international sense – that the entire cost of this issue, both material and moral, is left on Turkey.”

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