More than 600 Syrians being treated in Turkey
Turkey, Hatay, April 28 /Trend R.Hafizoglu/
The number of Syrians, who are being treated in Turkey since March of last year, exceeds 600 people, Hatay representation of the Turkish Humanitarian Foundation (IHH) told Trend, who is engaged in the affairs of the Syrian refugees to Turkey.
As reported in the fund, the majority of treated injured by sniper bullets or large-caliber weapons.
It was also noted that at the present time, the Syrian border guards complicate the transition of Syrian refugees into Turkey.
The number of Syrian refugees in Turkey amounted to more than 25,000 people.
There is a fragile truce in Syria between the Free Syrian Army the armed wing of the opposition and government forces, established under the plan of special envoy of the Joint Special Envoy of the United Nations and the League of Arab States, Kofi Annan.
Syria has been covered by anti-government speeches for more than year resulting in violent clashes. According to UN figures, the total number of victims in the country exceeds 9000. In its turn, the Syrian authorities say the number of those killed in clashes were over 2000soldiers and police officers against whom there are well-armed militants.