Turkish president and Croatian prime minister on Friday talked over the phone on the recent developments about Syria’s northwestern Idlib province and the asylum seekers who want to cross to Europe.  

Turkey’s Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Croatia’s Andrej Plenkovic — also the president of the Council of the EU — discussed the developments in Idlib, the refugee issue, as well as the regional affairs, said Turkish Communications Directorate.

Erdogan stressed that the EU has an obligation to provide the necessary protection to refugees who have reached their borders, by complying with their international obligations.

He also said that closing

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