"We support areas that civilians would feel safe"


"We support areas that civilians would feel safe"

Added date : 2016-02-21 09:18

NEWS CENTER - German Prime Minister Angela Merkel stated that they support regions restricted that civilians feel safe.

Holding a press meeting after the EU leaders’ summit held in Belgium’s capital city Brussels German Prime Minister Angela Merkel, stated that they support restricted areas to be designated for civilians.

Stating that requirements of the agreement was held in Munich one week ago regarding to the humanitarian trouble in Syria should be fulfilled and facilitation of Humanitarian aid to arrive Aleppo should be provided, Merkel; although the Humanitarian aid arrived to many areas, they still trying to make it  possible regarding to the Humanitarian aid to also reach Aleppo.

Merkel in the EU leaders’ summit said: “We have expressed our opinions about restricted areas that civilians would feel safe.”

Indicating that Geneva meetings restarted, Merkel: “This issue has to be at the forefront. If tens of thousands of are scared that they will be bombed, especially it has to be impossible for these regions to be bombed. We have especially invited Assad regime and their supporters here so that the solution of the problem could be possible through negotiations.”

Merkel indicated that she has spoken to President Ahmet Davutoğlu on the phone, she announced that there will be summit with EU members 28 countries and Turkey soon. Merkel additionally said that any date and where the summit will be hold weren’t specified.” (ILKHA) 

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