New York, Oct. 6 : Turkey has warned the European Union that an estimate of three million more refugees might flee from Syria.
As the crisis in Syria continues, Austrian Chancellor Werner Faymann and Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras would be visiting the refugees in Lesbos.
“According to Turkish estimates, another 3 million potential refugees may come from Aleppo and its neighborhood,” EU Council President Donald Tusk said while addressing the lawmakers…
He added that millions of potential refugees and migrants are dreaming about Europe.
According to the ABC News, he alleged that the world around the Europe does not intend to help and the neighbors look at the trouble with satisfaction.
Around two million and 0.4 million refugees are in Turkey and Greece respectively. Due to the financial crisis in Greece, many refugees are heading to more prosperous European Union countries, including Austria, Germany and others. (ANI)