Turkey can’t bear an extra rush of transients, demands Erdogan

Turkey can’t bear the weight of another rush of transients, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan cautioned yesterday.

“Turkey is right now facilitating around 5,000,000 displaced people,” Erdogan revealed to European Council President, Charles Michel, focusing on that his nation proved unable to “support an extra transient weight.”

“You can’t anticipate that Turkey should assume on the liability of third nations,” he said.

The surprising force snatch by the Taliban has set off a race to escape Afghanistan, including by regular citizens who helped unfamiliar officers or gatherings and presently dread revenge.

In the course of recent weeks, Afghan exiles have been making the excursion through Iran to Turkey with an end goal to arrive in Europe. Therefore, Turkey has reinforced its boundary safeguards.