Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu called for the establishment of no-fly zone over Syrian city of Aleppo. “The source of the problem is not only fight with Islamic State”. We want a no-fly zone … so that Aleppo will be protected at least against the air bombardment and there will be no new refugees coming to Turkey,” – he said in an interview with Reuter’s. “There will be no new refugees coming to Turkey,” – Davutoglu said, adding that security in this area should be addressed to the international community. “On the border there are refugee camps, there are certain places where there is much more strict control. These military zones might be enlarged to stop the passage of foreign fighters without closing the frontier to refugees.
Spokesman for the Syrian Coalition Salem al-Meslet earlier called on the international community to assume its full responsibilities for the protection of civilians through establishing safe protected havens in northern and southern of Syria so that civilians can escape the daily bombardment by the Assad regime. (Source: Syrian Coalition)