Turquía ha inaugurado un pueblo construido para los desplazados sirios, mientras Ankara sigue intentando resolver su asentamiento y el retorno de los refugiados sirios al país.
Durante una visita al norte de Siria ayer, el ministro turco del Interior, Suleyman Soylu, intervino en una ceremonia en el asentamiento recién construido de "Musiad", formado por 600 bungalows de ladrillo en Mashhad Ruhin, cerca de la frontera turca en la provincia de Idlib.
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Saying that 75,000 houses have been constructed in the Turkish-held territories in northern Syria over the past two years, Soylu guaranteed that Turquía will build 25,000 more by the end of the year in order to complete 100,000.
So far, over 500 families have reportedly moved into the new housing complex, and 100 more are due to arrive in the coming days.
The construction of housing – as well as medical and educational infrastructure – for displaced Syrians and refugees is a key part of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his government's plan to create a solution to settle the millions of Syrian refugees both within Turquía and northern Syria, emphasising the need for their voluntary return.