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Turkey Barred Iraqis, Syrians And Yemenis From Entering the European Union (EU)

Turkey has suspended ticket sales for Iraqi, Syrian and Yemeni nationals traveling to Belarus, Belarus has been a key destination for refugees in recent months and refugees have entered the European Union (EU) illegally. Trying to log in.

Dawn newspaper's report was announced after EU pressure by the Turkish Civil Aviation Authority, according to which he had refused to bring the citizens of Minsk, capital of Belarus from the Middle East.

The case began when thousands of EU asylum seekers entered Poland, Lithuania and Latvia over the summer, many still trying to enter or being deported.

Crisis victims are in large numbers on the EU's border, which could lead to a humanitarian crisis in the winter, and the refugees are also causing a rift between the West and Belarusian authorities.

Russia also sent air power to the Allies in the Belarus district of Grodno, bordering Poland, to show support for the Allies.

Russia's nuclear-capable strategic bomber patrolled Belarus for two consecutive days this week.

Refugees include Iraqi Kurds, Syrians fleeing clashes and oppression or poverty, most of whom want to go to Germany and other European countries, and some who want to reunite with relatives there.

An explanatory statement issued by Turkish Aviation on Twitter stated that "the decision to suspend ticket sales will be reconsidered."

Citing the Turkish decision, Belarusian airline Belavia said it would not provide travel facilities to citizens of Iraq, Syria and Yemen on a flight from Istanbul to Minsk on Friday.

Belavia said in a statement that it plans to reimburse citizens who have already purchased tickets.

The EU says it has received confirmation that Iraqi Airways, which suspended flights to Minsk in the summer, will not resume flights.

EU and Polish authorities have accused Belarus's longtime leader, Alexander Lukashenko, of providing facilities to those crossing the border illegally in retaliation for sanctions.

When Alexander Lukashenko returned to power after a disputed election last year, he was banned by the European Union for cracking down on dissent.

The German Federal Police reported that 1,246 people entered Germany illegally this week, with those entering Germany on November 9 coming through contact with Belarus.

German police say 9,087 people have entered Germany illegally so far this year.

Polish officials say guards, police and soldiers on the border with neighboring Belarus are constantly admitting refugees every day.

Hundreds of families with their children are moving to camps on the Belarusian border as crossing becomes more dangerous, Poland is tightening its border and sending refugees back, It gets cold.

The World Health Organization (WHO) says it has sent a team of experts to Lithuania to provide reception facilities to refugees, 60 percent of whom need medical examination.

Dr. Hans Kluge, the UN Regional Director for Europe, said he was concerned about the thousands of helpless people stranded on the Belarusian border with Poland, Lithuania and Latvia, and approaching rapidly. Helpless in winter.

Women and children are sleeping in the open air in the bitter cold, several people have died, and cases of the corona virus are on the rise in the region.

He emphasized the need to protect the health and asylum of the people through international law.

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