The leaders of Turkey, Russia and Iran are meeting in Ankara today for talks centered on the last Islamist and rebel stronghold in Syria: Idlib. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan fears a Syrian offensive there will send tens of thousands of new refugees towards his country. In response, he wants to set up what he calls a “safe zone” for refugees inside Syria. Erdogan is also threatening to “open the floodgates,” as he put it, and thereby allow refugees to start entering Europe again.
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