Turkish PM holds meeting on Syria amid border issues

Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan hosted a key meeting on the Syrian crisis on Tuesday with high-ranking Turkish officials at the prime ministry residence, evaluating the increasing number of incidents along the border as a spillover of the long-running crisis onto Turkey, including serious smuggling threats from Syria.

Erdoğan’s summit on Syria started on Tuesday afternoon.

The meeting was set to discuss a roadmap on the Syrian crisis.

One important subject included in the agenda was security threats from ongoing clashes between radical Islamist groups and Kurdish militia near the border.

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