Regarding the reference to Turkey in the British media within the framework of the plans for asylum centers to be established in third countries for Afghan immigrants, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said, “Until now, no official request has been sent to us from any country in this direction. Even if a request is made in this direction, it is not possible for us to accept it.” made a statement.
The Foreign Ministry made a written statement in the British media regarding the reference to Turkey within the framework of the plans for asylum centers to be established in third countries for Afghan refugees.
NEWS DOES NOT REFLECT FACTS
In the statement, it was stated that the news in the British press that there is a plan to establish an asylum application center in Turkey for Afghan refugees does not reflect the truth.
“WE CAN’T ACCEPT IT”
In the statement, “There has been no official request in this direction from any country to date. Even if a request is made in this direction, it is not possible for us to accept it.” statement was included.
ARTICLE IN THE MAIL ON SUNDAY
British Defense Secretary Ben Wallace, in his article published in The Mail on Sunday, announced that they are planning to establish centers in some countries of the region where they will wait until the procedures are done to issue visas to some Afghans working for them in Afghanistan.