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    We repudiate hate speech directed towards refugees that began in the West and extended to other societies: Turkish leader

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    President Recep Tayyip Erdogan stated on Tuesday that Turkey rejects xenophobic, Islamophobic, and neo-Nazi discourse that targets refugees and has spread to other cultures after first taking hold in Western nations.

    According to a statement by the Communications Directorate, in a message commemorating June 20, World Refugee Day, Erdogan emphasised that people all over the world, including those in the area surrounding Türkiye, are being forced to migrate because of things like terrorism, conflict, civil war, starvation, and famine.

    “Today, there are around 110 million individuals who have been forcefully displaced. Among them, 62.5 million people have been internally displaced and 35.3 million refugees still reside outside of their countries of origin.

    Turkey opposes the xenophobic, Islamophobic, and neo-Nazi speech that targets migrants and has spread to other cultures after initially taking root in Western countries, according to President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who made the statement on Tuesday.

    In a message commemorating June 20, World Refugee Day, Erdogan stressed that people all over the world, including those in the region surrounding Türkiye, are being forced to migrate because of things like terrorism, conflict, civil war, starvation, and famine. This was stated in a statement by the Communications Directorate.

    “Roughly 110 million people have been forcibly relocated as of today. Among them, 35.3 million refugees still live outside of their countries of origin, while 62.5 million individuals have been internally displaced.

     

     

     

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