President Khoja visited the Syrian refugee camps today in the Turkish city of Malatya to review their situation and listen to their needs. He helped expedite the referral of the badly ill refugees to the municipality of Malatya for treatment. These include a case of kidney transplant and four cases of bone marrow transplant.
During his meeting with residents of the camp, it was agreed to form a coordinating committee to follow up on the affairs of the camp and the services it provides to the refugees. He participated in a forum attended by community elites and civil society organizations on the situation in Syria, and also attended the Anadolu Rally of the Turkish civil society organizations involved in providing financial and material aid to the Syrian refugees.
Khoja commended the good treatment and services provided by the Turkish authorities to the Syrian refugees, noting that in “every visit to a city or a refugee camp in Turkey I feel the generous hospitality offered by the Turkish government and the Turkish people to their Syrian brethren.”
Moreover, Khoja met with a number of Turkish officials headed by Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu, Malatya’s mayor Ahmed Jagher and director of disaster management in Malatya province Ahmet Demir Alp. (Source: Syrian Coalition)