Amnesty International also called on Gulf States to share the burden, saying: "The complete absence of resettlement pledges from the Gulf is particularly shameful. Linguistic and religious ties should place the Gulf States at the forefront of those offering safe shelter to refugees fleeing persecution and war crimes in Syria."
While the number of Syrian refugees reaching Europe is increasing, with only a small number of Syrians having been able to resettle on the continent, European countries have imposed severe restrictions on Syrians fleeing the war. "The number of refugees hosted by [Lebanon] is 715 times the total of the number of Syrians who sought asylum in the EU in the last three years and the resettlement places offered by the EU," Amnesty International reported.
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