More than 130,000 Syrian refugees fleeing ISIL have crossed into Turkish territories since Friday, Anadolu Agency reported referring to Turkey's Deputy Prime Minister Numan Kurtulmus.
Kurtulmus was attending a symposium on Turkish-Japan relations at the Ankara-based think tank Center For Middle Eastern Strategic Studies.
"The refugees are being registered one by one at two main points of entrance on the border, in a much more organized way than it was on Saturday," saidKurtulmus.
Kurtulmus added that the officials are reuniting most of them with their families in Turkey, and transferring some of them to other places in the region. "No need to worry as they are all under control."
"Turkish aid to the Middle East has reached $4 billion and Turkey ranks third in the the world in overall aid provided to the region," he also said.
Turkey opened the frontier Friday to cope with a rush of Kurdish civilians fearing an attack on the Syrian border town of Ayn al-Arab, known as Kobani in Kurdish.
The Syrian civilians seeking shelter from the ISIL assault on Kobani are being registered at the office of admission set up by Turkey's Disaster and Emergency Presidency right upon their entry toTurkey.
The recent flow of refugees are arriving in Turkish province of Sanliurfa after ISIL's recent attacks and the siege of the northern Syrian town of Kobani and its surrounding villages.
Sanliurfa already hosts nearly 200,000 internally displaced people mainly from Syria's Kurdish minority.
ISIL continues to clash with forces of pro-Kurdish Democratic Union Party in Tal Abyad and Kobani.