Turkey Bans Citizens Who Are From Iraq, Syria, Yemen, Or Yemen From Flying Into Belarus

Ankara, Nov 13 : Citizens of Iraq, Syria and Yemen would not be allowed to fly from Turkey to Belarus, announced the Turkish Civil Aviation Authority.Ankara, Nov 13, : , Citizens of Iraq, Syria, and Yemen will not be permitted to fly from Turkey into Belarus, according to the Turkish Civil Aviation Authority.
The declaration came amid the migrant crisis currently developing at the European Union (EU)-Belarus border, reports Xinhua news agency.According to Xinhua news agency, the declaration was made amid the current migrant crisis at the EU-Belarus border.

 Turkey Bans Citizens Who Are From Iraq, Syria, Yemen, Or Yemen From Flying Into Belarus-TeluguStop.com

“Due to the problem of illegal border crossings between the EU and Belarus, it has been decided that the Citizens of Iraq, Syria and Yemen, who want to travel to Belarus from Turkish airports, will not be allowed to buy tickets or go boarding until further notice,” said the aviation authority.According to the aviation authority, “Due to illegal border crossings between EU and Belarus, it was decided that Citizens of Iraq, Syria, and Yemen who wish to travel to Belarus via Turkish airports will not be permitted to purchase tickets or board until further notice.”

Thousands of refugees are gathering on the Belarusian side of the border in an attempt to enter Poland and then Germany to seek asylum.Many thousands of refugees are attempting to cross the border to Poland from Belarus in order to seek asylum.

Accusing Belarus of encouraging people fleeing different war zones of the world to cross the Polish border, the EU said it may impose new sanctions against Belarus, which would also cover airline companies that transport asylum seekers to the country.The EU accused Belarus of encouraging refugees from war zones around the globe to cross the Polish border.

It also suggested that it could impose new sanctions on Belarus.This would include airline companies that transport asylum seekers.

Reacting to the news that Turkish Airlines might be among those that could be affected by the sanctions, the oreign Ministry on Thursday said Ankara refused to be “portrayed as part of a problem to which it is not a party”.The Foreign Ministry responded to news that Turkish Airlines could be one of the targets of the sanctions on Thursday by saying that Ankara would not be considered a part “of a problem to, which it is not a party”.

“We find it intentional that a globally prominent company like Turkish Airlines is targeted even though information on this issue is shared transparently,” it added.It stated that it believed it was intentional to target a prominent global company like Turkish Airlines, even though the information is transparently shared #Turkey #bans #Citizens #Iraq #Syria #Yemen

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