Turkish Prime Minister announced that Syrian refugees are prevented from returning Bashar Assad

Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu announced his own formula for the return of Syrian refugees to their hometowns. According to Davutoglu, only one thing is needed for this: “Asad’s departure”. Davutoglu announced that it was Bashar Asad that “prevents millions of Syrians from returning to their homes.”
Ahmet Davutoglu quotes CNN:


Millions of Syrians are waiting for the day when they can return to their homes. While Assad is in power, this will not happen. Now the most important thing for the Syrian people is to see the light at the end of the tunnel.


Turkish Prime Minister announced that Syrian refugees are prevented from returning Bashar Assad


As you can see, Davutoglu speaks with skill ... From his words it becomes clear that Turkey and the "allies" are ready to do everything so that the Syrians continue to leave Syria, turning the country into a desert, engulfed by the activity of terrorist groups of various stripes. The main goal of the Allies is far from defeating terrorism, but the removal from the post of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad while simultaneously turning the country into a Libyan one.

It is noteworthy that the Turkish Prime Minister announced that the United States of America adhere to a similar opinion about the “no return” of refugees under Asad. As they say, who would doubt ...
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  1. RUSIVAN 10 November 2015 13: 11 New
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    It was he himself who decided so, or he personally asked each Syrian ... these "caring" zadolbals decide everything for everyone, think about your problems.
    1. vodolaz 10 November 2015 13: 17 New
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      The Turks have frankly already got it. Finish sometime. Neither NATO nor the Americans will help.
      1. Temples 10 November 2015 13: 23 New
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        This Turk doesn’t interfere with anything at all!
        Apparently there is no conscience, no brain!
        Completely free!
        There is a mouth in the head. He eats into it and tells them!
      2. KazaK Bo 10 November 2015 14: 03 New
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        vodolaz
        The Turks have frankly already got it. Finish sometime.

        Of course Assad gets in the way! Especially the Turks and Syrians with ISIS! Fights against them! It means that it does not allow delivering "free" and contrabant oil to Turkey in 20 dollars! Therefore, the indigenous inhabitants of the ATS are being dispersed from their territories of residence, otherwise those .. don’t give Allah, they will start selling oil themselves at world prices! And this is 2,5 - 3 times more expensive! Who will like it!
        1. anfil 10 November 2015 16: 13 New
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          Quote: KazaK Bo
          vodolaz
          The Turks have frankly already got it. Finish sometime.

          Of course Assad gets in the way! Especially the Turks and Syrians with ISIS! Fights against them! It means that it does not allow delivering "free" and contrabant oil to Turkey in 20 dollars! Therefore, the indigenous inhabitants of the ATS are being dispersed from their territories of residence, otherwise those .. don’t give Allah, they will start selling oil themselves at world prices! And this is 2,5 - 3 times more expensive! Who will like it!


      3. meriem1 10 November 2015 14: 17 New
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        Quote: vodolaz
        The Turks have frankly already got it. Finish sometime. Neither NATO nor the Americans will help.


        YES!!!
        The rotten smell from American ears in Turkey interferes !!!!
      4. volot-voin 10 November 2015 15: 03 New
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        Quote: vodolaz
        The Turks have frankly already got it. Finish sometime. Neither NATO nor the Americans will help

        Turkey will be blown up by the Kurds, who have gained fighting experience in the war with ISIS, and the “Syrian refugees” from the gangs that are driving the Syrian army and the Russian air forces.
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      1. Aleksandr72 10 November 2015 13: 31 New
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        In fact, Syria is the same East and also the Middle. Do not confuse warm with soft and hang on one and the same label. And Russia itself as a statehood, as a power, has been and is a surprisingly harmonious mixture, if you want a synthesis of West and East. It was only Kipling (singer of the burden of the white man) wrote: "The West is the West, the East is the East, And together they will not be forever ...". And only Russia throughout its history (no matter what the name of the country was called) refutes this truth, undeniable for every European, by the very fact of its existence. In my opinion, white Europeans (including their former colonies) therefore do not like Russia and Russians, because they can’t understand why Russians who look like Europeans are not Europeans in Hamburg. They consider all Russians (including here also Ukrainians and Belarusians and other peoples of multinational Russia with a European appearance) Asians, but at the same time they can’t forgive us why we don’t look like Asians. Apparently, this cognitive dissonance in no way gives European racists peace. Hence their hatred of the Russians.
        I have the honor.
        PS: While writing an answer to the comment that: "The East is a rotten business ...", so this comment was deleted, and mine hung in the air!
        1. voyaka uh 10 November 2015 16: 58 New
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          "They consider all Russians (including here both Ukrainians and Belarusians and other peoples of multinational Russia
          with European appearance) Asians-s, "////

          Not at all. Millions of Russians / Belarusians / Ukrainians and others emigrated to the USA and Europe and successfully absorbed (in 1-2-3 generations) there. And no one considers them Asians. Even if one of them looks like an Asian.
          The West is a way of life, European standards. You accept them - yours, no - a stranger.

          I will explain:
          The Japanese, in this sense, are Europeans. Being pure Asians of the Mongoloid race, with a very special mentality,
          they adopted Western standards and became "their own." Nobody despises them, but, on the contrary, is very respected.
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    4. Finches 10 November 2015 13: 25 New
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      Really, the guy on the salary of the State Department and, probably, at 0,5 rate from the IG!
    5. Coconut Tima 10 November 2015 13: 28 New
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      After the start of the air strikes of the airborne forces of the Russian Federation on the objects of the Islamic State grouping, more than 800 thousand refugees returned to Syria, the country's Supreme Mufti said. RT correspondent Lizzy Filan visited several refugee camps in the Bekaa Valley in Lebanon and found out that in fact the Syrians were fleeing ISIS * fighters and other terrorist groups. Many Syrians living in Lebanese refugee camps do not intend to move further to Europe - they are waiting for the opportunity to return home. They may argue who caused the worst harm - the Syrian president or terrorist groups, but most still agree that they can return home only if the government regains control of their hometowns and settlements.
    6. Max_Bauder 10 November 2015 14: 03 New
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      Millions of Syrians are waiting for the day when they can return to their homes. While Assad is in power, this will not happen.


      What a cynical villain of this type, how can such high-ranking officials carry such nonsense from the rostrum ?!

      Terrorists are cutting their heads, shooting children, burning civilians, women are being raped, everyone is naturally fleeing, because who will like to be among their victims, and Assad is to blame for this, so what does this Turk think ?! Yes, he's crazy!

      In order for him to understand that stupidity “froze”, he should explain, with such a comparative example, let’s say the Kurds will start genocide, exterminate Turks all over Asia Minor, bomb mosques, in squares accompanied by cruel executions of civilians spreading on Internet resources, Turks flee abroad, especially to Germany, they love there. Erdogan will introduce a counter-terrorist operation, a war will begin, during which civilian casualties, the elderly, women and children cannot be avoided. And then the Russian official declares: “Erdogan is to blame for everything, if he cancels the war and leaves the presidency, he pardons all the“ rebels ”, then there will be universal happiness and prosperity, otherwise he’s just a dictator, tyrant and murderer, we will impose sanctions against him, otherwise we will discuss in the UN Security Council about the possibility of introducing a no-fly zone over the entire territory of Turkey so that the tyrant does not "crush" the bombing of peaceful rebels, but forgets to add, we will supply revolutionary rebels with all kinds of weapons, including those that can be fought with armored vehicles and aircraft of the Turkish army. "
      How would he like this arrangement? smile
  2. sever.56 10 November 2015 13: 11 New
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    ISIS, with the direct support of Turkey, prevents refugees from returning to Syria, not Assad!
    Or are terrorist training camps not located in Turkey? Are their troops fleeing to Turkey when the Syrian army squeezes them? Are they treated in Turkey? Isn't Turkey buying cheap oil from ISIS, thereby financing them? Themselves ruthlessly destroy the Kurds fighting against ISIS and still dare someone to blame the troubles of the Syrian people, hoopoes!
    1. hydrox 10 November 2015 13: 23 New
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      Quote: sever.56
      ISIS, with the direct support of Turkey, prevents refugees from returning to Syria, not Assad!

      The prankster does not understand that it is much easier to replace and put a more intelligent person than in the case with Assad, who is a symbol of resistance. And what will this scimitar do when Assad wins? Or does he think that Assad will help the Ottomans in the fight against the Kurds after such an idiotic statement by the Turkish prime minister? Let them say thanks if Assad will only look through his fingers when the Kurds start to hustle back and forth across the border, preparing to separate Kurdistan from Turkey.
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      2. Darkoff
        Darkoff 10 November 2015 13: 34 New
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        The main goal of the Allies is far from a victory over terrorism, but the removal from the post of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, while turning the country into a Libyan version.

        ... and, taking advantage of anarchy, crush it for themselves or annex it to Turkey.

        It is noteworthy that the Turkish Prime Minister announced that the United States of America adhere to a similar opinion about the “no return” of refugees under Asad. As they say, who would doubt ...

        The only logical explanation for the obstinacy of the uncompromising supporters of the overthrow of Assad can only be their confidence that they will be able to fully control the situation in Syria after his departure. And given the fact that the second most influential person in Syria now - al Baghdadi, it becomes obvious what kind of castling opponents of Assad are counting on.
  3. vkl-47 10 November 2015 13: 12 New
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    After the first quote I stopped reading this nonsense
  4. artura0911 10 November 2015 13: 15 New
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    From the first in your country, I’ll come to understand .... ok, then think for the Syrians. and one of the reasons is not Assad, but your fucking .... I'm a country !!!
  5. dchegrinec 10 November 2015 13: 15 New
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    All these songs are from Washington, that from Western countries, now Turkey is for those who are sitting with some kind of syndrome at home or in a closed institution.
    1. amirbek 10 November 2015 13: 25 New
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      Quote: dchegrinec
      All these songs are from Washington

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      Quote: dchegrinec
      with some kind of syndrome
    2. hydrox 10 November 2015 13: 35 New
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      Quote: dchegrinec
      All these songs are from Washington, that from Western countries, now Turkey is for those who are sitting with some kind of syndrome at home or in a closed institution.

      The lasso does not understand that any war will end once, and Russia will ALWAYS, besides, we deliver gas to Turkey (and not vice versa), we are launching a gas hub in Turkey, not Turks, we are letting Turks earn transit money (free) money on our gas, and not vice versa ...
      The Mezheumok, what to take from it, has not yet been assured that ISIS will end soon ...
  6. fregina1 10 November 2015 13: 15 New
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    Assad now interferes with each "Eccentric" on the letter "M"!
  7. Shuttle 10 November 2015 13: 17 New
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    Now the most important thing for the Syrian people is to see the light at the end of the tunnel.

    As if Davutoglu himself did not stare at this, or rather, at the other world. The Kurds would surely be happy to give a presentation.
  8. pts-m 10 November 2015 13: 17 New
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    another holy fool sought out. not pearl, then verbal diarrhea. after all, it’s not only Syrians. many other nations. For example, Afghans also do not let Bashar go? And Libyans and others. Whining jackal, and that’s all.
  9. Belarus 10 November 2015 13: 18 New
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    Turkish Prime Minister announced that Syrian refugees are prevented from returning Bashar Assad


    In other words, the Turkish prime minister wants to put pressure on Europe over Assad’s dismissal, is that so? Like Assad at his post, the refugees will go to Europe or, in other words, the refugees will be driven to Europe. And when Europe changes its position in relation to Assad, then everything will change. And America, as always, has nothing to do with it, it’s just aside and observes and at the right time will come out and appear before Europe in the form of a savior.
    Ugh, where only Americans don’t get blood and tears everywhere, and if this is not there, buggers appear there - nothing good.
  10. SAM 5 10 November 2015 13: 19 New
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    Prime Minister announced that the United States of America has a similar opinion on the "non-return" of refugees under Assad

    One (USA) then impose their point of view on everything else.
  11. Afinogen 10 November 2015 13: 21 New
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    Turkish Prime Minister announced that Syrian refugees are prevented from returning Bashar Assad


    It is not visible with an armed look that these words came from overseas, and this head with ears only voiced them lol
  12. Masya masya 10 November 2015 13: 24 New
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    This was the grandmother (states) in his ear whispered ...
  13. Corsair0304 10 November 2015 13: 26 New
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    Loudest of all, “keep the thief” the thief himself always shouts.
    Rule relevant at all times. And the Romans in a difficult situation asked the question "Who benefits from this?" And as a rule they got the right answer.
    Davutoglu’s statement confirms both of these postulates.
  14. tyras85 10 November 2015 13: 27 New
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    With such a disgusting "smile", it carries complete rubbish! Provocateur, enemy and Bastard!
    This, you, support the IG! Do not interfere, but you need to help RUSSIA. Although, in a word, but not like that.
  15. Vladimir71 10 November 2015 13: 29 New
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    He is a Turk, a Turk - Dumb)))
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  17. Vladimir 1964 10 November 2015 13: 31 New
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    Millions of Syrians are waiting for the day when they can return to their homes. While Assad is in power, this will not happen. Now the most important thing for the Syrian people is to see the light at the end of the tunnel.


    Well, what else could the prime minister of the direct enemy of Syria say. Naturally, nothing, just about the “light at the end of the tunnel” sounds like a funeral, by analogy with science fiction writers about the other world. belay
  18. Mountain shooter 10 November 2015 13: 33 New
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    Ay, a descendant of the Janissary. Famously wrapped up! Do not wash, so ride. How does he interfere with them, poor Assad. And as soon as the tail was pressed against his beloved barmaley, new accusations rained down. Do not beat the moderates - it didn’t work, now they beat to pity ...
  19. Kibl 10 November 2015 13: 34 New
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    The paranoid ones were stubborn! Bashar was given to them! The Uprists do not understand that these bearded from the IS can deploy their bayonets against the same Turks. When the mattress-beds were raised Taliban a long time ago, he later transformed into al-Qaeda, after the 9/11 event, and after all the bearded not afraid of the staff themselves, but what a Turkey!
  20. armata37 10 November 2015 13: 34 New
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    I had a bite of American cookies. Hospitalization required. Preferably without the right of discharge.
  21. Wolka 10 November 2015 13: 41 New
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    since when did the Turkish prime minister speak on behalf of the people of Syria, especially since he was in exile ...
  22. Averias 10 November 2015 13: 42 New
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    And this is not by chance ..... laughing
  23. Stinger 10 November 2015 13: 42 New
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    Davutoglu announced that it was Bashar al-Assad "preventing millions of Syrians from returning to their homes"

    Something always disturbs a bad dancer.
  24. Mikhail Krapivin 10 November 2015 13: 45 New
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    That is why it is necessary to assist the Kurds in creating their own state within the borders of Turkey. So that the Turks had something to do and they did not have time for stupidity.
  25. roskot 10 November 2015 13: 50 New
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    Of course, Assad is in the way. What flow to Turkey of militants and from Turkey refugees past pockets to stop. Here is sadness and takes it.
  26. Major_Vortex 10 November 2015 13: 59 New
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    Everyone knows how the Turks love to support terrorists. At the same time, Turkey is a member of NATO. An interesting vertical is obtained: NATO> Turkey> Terrorism. What kind of refugees are they talking about, who themselves were forced to leave their homes? There would be no NATO, there would be no Syrian refugees. There is a usual, cynical extermination of peoples in the Middle East. How many millions of people have already been destroyed by NATO forces in recent decades? Wherever the Alliance reaches, war begins. The goal of the Alliance is to fuel a new World War. And corrupt Western media and politicians help them with this. In fact, this is exactly what is happening.
  27. afrikanez 10 November 2015 14: 28 New
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    Interestingly, but Erdogan does not interfere with the Turks? Should I ask the Kurds ??
  28. traveler 10 November 2015 15: 01 New
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    In fact, Davutoglu voiced the upcoming actions - the return (most likely forced) of refugees to Syrian territory. optimal for the Turks would be an invasion of the territory occupied by the Kurds under the pretext of some provocation, for example, attacks on the checkpoint, crowding them out and placing refugee camps along the border. in this situation, it will become problematic to conduct hostilities in such areas, including for vks rf. and through such areas under "international patronage" there will be no problem supplying nusra from the igil as well - humanitarian columns with weapons and ammunition can even be checked at border crossings with Syrian customs officers, and then show this performance on TV.
    ultimately, in addition to the alienation of al-Assad, I think, an option is being worked out to completely replace or substantially dilute the border Kurdish population with Arabs and Turkmens, in principle, as the elder did al-Assad.
    1. Dyusseldorf 10 November 2015 15: 12 New
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      The invasion of the armed forces of one state (any) into the territory of another state (any and under any pretext), without an official invitation, is aggression. With all the ensuing consequences.
      1. traveler 10 November 2015 16: 09 New
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        Well, what if the invasion is for self-defense in response to the attack?
        everything changes right away, right?
        and depicting an attack is not a tricky thing.
  29. slizhov 10 November 2015 15: 02 New
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    Erdogan with his six-winged ones added to the deck of lies.
    Gribaiskite somewhere gone ... Not to Russia? Fights with immigrants !!!
    Some of the Psheks also became more silent.
    Misha remained with Poroshenko, and then something didn’t get along with Kolomoisky, who distracted from attacks on the Russian side ... :)
  30. Dyusseldorf 10 November 2015 15: 08 New
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    Refugees are rushing home in droves, and Assad is beating them off with pissed rags on the border, and is not letting them return. He also cuts off the heads of the hostages, personally. And having breakfast with babies. Recently, statements by leaders of some serious states like the ones have been reminiscent of the insane. Is it possible that somewhere people hawala?
  31. avdkrd 10 November 2015 15: 14 New
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    Bashar al-Assad "prevents millions of Syrians from returning to their homes."
    logic 89 lvl
  32. DobryAAH 10 November 2015 15: 46 New
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    By the way, if the IG is cut off from Turkey, then the terrams will be shitty.
  33. anfil 10 November 2015 16: 18 New
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    Millions of Syrians are waiting for the day when they can return to their homes. While Assad is in power, this will not happen. Now the most important thing for the Syrian people is to see the light at the end of the tunnel.


  34. cap
    cap 10 November 2015 16: 27 New
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    TURKS WILL ALWAYS REMAIN TURKS. ALL EXCEPT TURKS ARE "GIAURS" AND SHOULD SERVE OR DIE THEM. ALL THE NEAREST NEIGHBORS KNOW THIS. IT'S NICE TO KNOW THEM AND THEIR FRIENDS ON NATO. IN THE CASE OF WHICH THEY ARE EUROPE QUICKLY "FOULD OUT".
  35. sw6513 10 November 2015 17: 53 New
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    I consider Turks to be unfriendly to us by the state ..
  36. gammipapa 10 November 2015 18: 43 New
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    Maybe it will announce the numbers of how many Libyans returned home after the assassination of Gaddafi?
  37. S_Baykala 10 November 2015 23: 01 New
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    Idiot. The people flee from Syria because of the war. They will return back only after the onset of stability in the country. But what stability can the Ishilovites guarantee? Mass executions and genocide? A month ago, the offensive of government troops began. There is still a lot of time before the end of the war. The people will return (I repeat) only after stabilization of the situation. So do not interfere, but help Assad - he is really the only one who can return peace and stability to the territory of Syria. And only then will the people come back. Although I myself do not believe that the people who left several thousand kilometers from their homeland, abandoned everything to save the lives of children and relatives, will return (from Europe, yeah): stupidly - where to get the money for return and resettlement in a ruined country . But if the situation stabilizes, at least the flow of refugees will come to naught.