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Palestinian, Syrian Migrants Raise Concerns over Forced Deportation by Turkish Authorities

Published : 12-09-2018

Palestinian, Syrian Migrants Raise Concerns over Forced Deportation by Turkish Authorities

Palestinian and Syrian migrants expressed deep concern over the intent of the Turkish authorities to forcibly send them back to Syria as many of them overstayed their visas and others crept into the country via illegal routes.

The migrants said the Turkish police tightened security grip and intensified presence across border areas. Several security checkpoints have also been pitched across the Turkish territories.

A few days earlier, a number of refugees from Syria were deported from Istanbul after authorities found out that they had illegally entered the country.

According to unofficial data, some 8,000 Palestinians from Syria have been taking refuge in Turkey, where they have faced dire living conditions and been banned access to the local labor market.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/7684

Palestinian and Syrian migrants expressed deep concern over the intent of the Turkish authorities to forcibly send them back to Syria as many of them overstayed their visas and others crept into the country via illegal routes.

The migrants said the Turkish police tightened security grip and intensified presence across border areas. Several security checkpoints have also been pitched across the Turkish territories.

A few days earlier, a number of refugees from Syria were deported from Istanbul after authorities found out that they had illegally entered the country.

According to unofficial data, some 8,000 Palestinians from Syria have been taking refuge in Turkey, where they have faced dire living conditions and been banned access to the local labor market.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/7684