Hundreds of migrants began arriving in two Turkish states with the border with Greece, after news came that the Ankara authorities would not hinder the crossing of migrants towards Europe, in light of the escalation of the movement of displaced persons from different regions of the countryside of Idlib governorate towards the borders with Turkey as a result of the intensification of the bombing of the Syrian regime and its Russian ally on areas Civilians in the province.
Since the night hours, masses of irregular migrants headed to the state of Edirne in northwestern Turkey, and then began marching towards the border areas, and Edirne borders with Greece and Bulgaria.
In the form of groups, including women and children, the migrants marched towards the border villages, starting from different places in the state, and the Turkish Demir Oran Agency stated that about 300 migrants, including women and children, were among the group that went towards the border in the state of Edirne around midnight.
The agency added that among the immigrants are Syrians, Iranians, Iraqis, Pakistanis and Moroccans, and they are waiting for a development that will allow them to cross into Greece.
The influx of immigrants saw a noticeable increase in the morning hours as they began to come to Edirne by bus and taxi.
The Anatolia Agency reported that a number of migrants arrived at the Aegean coast in the state of Janakkala, northwestern Turkey, with the aim of reaching the Greek islands, and then to western European countries, and the agency's correspondent added that the migrants reached points on the coast of the Aujak district in order to cross to the Greek island of Medelli .
The French Press Agency quoted a Turkish official who declined to be named that Ankara will no longer stop migrants trying to go to Europe across the border, and Anatolia Agency issued a statement to the spokesman for the ruling Justice and Development Party in Turkey, Omar Glick this morning, saying that his country's policy regarding refugees has not changed But now it is not in a position to control refugees.
It is noteworthy that in March 2016, Turkey entered into an agreement with the European Union with the aim of confronting irregular migration and human smuggling, as Ankara under the agreement receives migrants arriving in Greek islands who have confirmed their departure from Turkey.