15 May 2015
The governor of the city of Şanlıurfa “Ezzedine Kucuk,” said that they will not give permission to organize a march against the presence of Syrian refugees in the city, during to the backdrop of calls through social networking sites, to protest next Sunday.
“Kucuk” said during his participation in the opening of immigrants and supporters of the Syrian brotherhood Turkish Association ceremony. “We spotted a small group, which does not represent our people, calling for demonstrations against the presence of Syrian refugees in turkey across social network sites. But I tell them I am now in my capacity as Governor of SanliUrfa city issued a decision to ban this march in any way. “
Kucuk added: “Turkey’s position on Syria and the Syrians has not changed at all since 2011.”
And he pointed out that “despite the existence of the border between the two countries today, however, that this area was one country many years ago, so now there is nothing changed in Turkeys look to the Syrians, we have seen together Destinies and culture itself over almost a thousand years, Syrians have been and will remain our brothers in Turkey, as if they were in their homeland blessed with Syria for peace and stability.”