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The Regime's Checkpoints Prevent Palestinians from Access to Turkey and the Latter Stresses Security Procedures on its Borders

Published : 06-07-2015

The Regime

The checkpoints of the Syrian Regime army are still stationed along the road to Turkey that tighten security procedures against Palestinian Syrian refugees who fled the war, and who are forced to go through  land border because of the Turkish authorities to stop Palestinian Syrian entry visas of its territory.

According to activists, refugees are forced to pay large sums of money to the regime's checkpoints in order to allow them to cross, where those amounts ranging between "50,000" Syrian pounds per person, and about "175,000" Syrian pounds per family.

On the other side of the Syrian-Turkish border, the Turkish authorities are significantly tighten security procedures on its borders, forcing the refugees to stay overnight in the open for a day or two so that they illegally enter.

 Turkish authorities prevent the entry of Palestinian Syrian refugees into their territory systematically, which forced refugees to pay about "20,000" pounds for brokers and smugglers in border areas in order to facilitate their entry into the Turkish territory.

It is worth mentioning that activists confirmed to the AGPS the injury of a Palestinian Syrian refugee - unnamed for private reasons- as he was shot while trying to enter Turkish territory last week and was taken to a hospital in the Turkish city of Rihaniyya.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/1446

The checkpoints of the Syrian Regime army are still stationed along the road to Turkey that tighten security procedures against Palestinian Syrian refugees who fled the war, and who are forced to go through  land border because of the Turkish authorities to stop Palestinian Syrian entry visas of its territory.

According to activists, refugees are forced to pay large sums of money to the regime's checkpoints in order to allow them to cross, where those amounts ranging between "50,000" Syrian pounds per person, and about "175,000" Syrian pounds per family.

On the other side of the Syrian-Turkish border, the Turkish authorities are significantly tighten security procedures on its borders, forcing the refugees to stay overnight in the open for a day or two so that they illegally enter.

 Turkish authorities prevent the entry of Palestinian Syrian refugees into their territory systematically, which forced refugees to pay about "20,000" pounds for brokers and smugglers in border areas in order to facilitate their entry into the Turkish territory.

It is worth mentioning that activists confirmed to the AGPS the injury of a Palestinian Syrian refugee - unnamed for private reasons- as he was shot while trying to enter Turkish territory last week and was taken to a hospital in the Turkish city of Rihaniyya.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/1446