The European Union will do "whatever it can" to improve trade and export conditions for countries bearing the brunt of Syria's refugee crisis, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said.
At the end of the Supporting Syria and the Region conference, Merkel said that trade preferences could be put in place for neighbouring countries who host the vast majority of the 4 million refugees escaping from the civil war.
She made the announcement after Turkey, Jordan and Lebanon, agreed at the conference to take measures to give the new arrivals access to education and the labour market.
The EU will do everything to improve the export conditions of these countries, that includes looking into trade preferences.
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