The Turkish president has been telling the international community that renewed attacks in Syria's northwestern Idlib province could prompt a new migrant wave toward Turkey. He's warned that Turkey, which already hosts about 3.7 million Syrian refugees, would not be able to handle a new wave of migrants if attempts by the Syrian regime and Russia to retake opposition-held Idlib sent more people fleeing.
Like other European countries, Germany does not want to experience a similar crisis like the one that happened in 2015, when Berlin had to open its doors to over a million Syrian refugees.
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