The EU has urged Turkey to open the border to ten thousands of displaced Syrians fleeing from war.
Federica Mogherini, the EU's representative for foreign affairs, said that Turkey had both a moral and legal duty to help genuine asylum seekers.
She added that support provided for Turkey was intended to ensure that the state could give sanctuary to hoist and care for refugees, in comments after a press conference in the Netherlands on Saturday.
It is unquestionable that people coming from inside Syria are Syrians in need of international protection.
Turkey has said it is caring for some 35,000 refugees massed at its borders, but it has not as yet allowed them to enter.
Today Ms Mogherini said the issue of migrants showed that Europe needed to find “common solutions” or state will find they “don’t find solutions at all.”
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