Reyhanli bombing shows that Syrian crisis should be settled at once, Turkish FM says

The recent explosions in the Turkish town of Reyhanli near the Syrian border that killed 46 people and injured 100 more show that the time has come to settle the Syrian crisis once and for all, Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu is quoted as saying by Interfax.

The foreign minister underlines that the Syrian conflict has become a real threat to Turkey.

“Whether they are from inside or outside Turkey, the perpetrators of the attack would be detained," Hürriyet Daily News cites the Turkish minister as saying.

The minister also says the attack will not lead to a change in Turkey’s open door policy for refugees fleeing the war-torn country.

Adapted from: Vestnik Kavkaza