(Reuters) - The United Nations may need to
create a "safe zone" within Syria to
accommodate a growing number of refugees from the fighting there, Turkey's
foreign minister was quoted as saying on Monday.
already hosting nearly 70,000 Syrians fleeing the 17-month-old revolt against
President Bashar al-Assad, may soon be unable to cope, Ahmet Davutoglu told the
number of refugees in Turkey
surpasses 100,000, we will run out of space to accommodate them. We should be
able to accommodate them in Syria.
The United Nations may build camps in a safe zone within Syria's
borders," he was quoted as saying.
have expanded the territory they hold near the Turkish border in the last few
weeks and opposition groups have said they need the protection of no-fly zones
and safe havens patrolled by foreign forces.
This will inevitably, I gather this will be
ideal situation, fair enough I mean Turkey more than generous of course, Lebanon
and Jordan… this make least most create ideal situation just in case drag on this
conflict, so that Syrian not have to run away other countries but in their own country,
yes no-fly-zone and foreign force must in the ground. UN must create this immense
humanitarians crisis of millions people displacement
effectively business like management;
i)UN set refugee campus inside Syria
ii)Must UN force under the ground
for protecting the civilian.
iii)No-fly-zone safe zone so that
Syrian fleeing there not outside of Syria
iv)If this conflict drag on least
they can have normality within their own Syria and also creates some
kind of sustainable economy activity to encourage, women’s
cottage industry knitting, easy to make
sell regional countries.
v)Work with farmers
surround areas for food
vi)Hospitals and schools even able
to set up so that volunteers doctors and teachers able to assists them …