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Mr. Süleyman SOYLU, Minister of Interior, Launched the Project of Registratıon Update

Mr. Süleyman Soylu, Minister of Interior, attended the opening of the Project for Updating the Records of Syrians under Temporary Protection in Turkey.

In the opening event of the project held on 7 January in Hatay Provincial Directorate of Migration Management, Mr. Süleyman Soylu, Minister of Interior, was accompanied by Mr. General Yaşar Güler, Commander of the Turkish Gendarmerie Forces; Mr. Selami Altınok, Director General of Public Security; Mr. Erdal Ata, Governor of Hatay and Mr. Atilla Toros, Director General of Migration Management.

Stating the fact that in Turkey, Circassians, Albanians, Bosniaks, Tatars and Arabs live together in safety, Mr. Süleyman Soylu, Minister of Interior, pointed out that this results from the great nobility which this nation has shown.
Indicating the fact that Turkey protected many suffering people and showed hospitality during the course of history, Mr. Süleyman Soylu, Minister of Interior, continued his speech as follows:

“ Today, we are not only presenting an understanding that only meets the needs of approximately 3 million Syrians, makes this geography a homeland for them and enables them to live in safety, but also we are facing again with our history and civilization. To whole world which struggles to forget the humanity and civilization, we remind again from the Anatolian geography that those are not the ones to be forgotten.”

Pointing out that the Directorate General of Migration Management has started a very meaningful work for the verification and updating of the information of the Syrian people who already have records, Mr. Süleyman Soylu, Minister of Interior said:

“We had 57 different types of data in the first records we carried out, and in the records we supported after that. Now with the project of update, 99 different types of data will be received and as of today, our Syrian brothers and sisters whose information has been updated will be provided with new and secured temporary protection ID cards which will enable them to benefit from the rights and services. As a result of the works planned to be completed within 6 months, the most detailed information about our Syrian brothers and sisters regarding their personal information, address, profession, education and special needs will be obtained. By this means, we will both ensure that our brothers and sisters can better adapt to the social life and we will all reach to the data required in order to meet all these needs. We will have prevented the possible weakness especially at the point of security all together.” 

Mr. Süleyman Soylu, Minister of Interior, who stated that the project will be finalized within 6 months and they will increase their ability to provide better services especially with the data acquired, said: “May God help us, May God ensure protection for our descents who keep guard of our homeland and nation without batting an eyelid for the safety and welfare of this country.”

Mr. Süleyman Soylu, Minister of Interior, congratulated the Directorate General of Migration Management on the fact that the project had been put into effect.

As for, Mr. Atilla Toros, Director General of Migration Management, he stated that since the establishment of the Directorate General, processes of our guests coming from Syria such as registration, identification, granting foreign identity number, provision of access to basic rights and services, voluntary repatriation and placement in the third country have being carried out.


Stating that within the scope of this project in which the processes of updating will be carried out through fingerprint, a total of 509 personnel will be employed, 350 of which are Arabic-speaking data updating personnel, Mr. Atilla Toros said that by also using the mobile registration vehicles consisting of 11 trucks and 21 van vehicles with a total of 133 registration desks, all the registrations of Syrians in our country will be updated within 6 months and new security ID documents will be distributed to the Syrians whose data was updated.

Indicating that 451 thousand Syrians registered in the city are hosted, but some of them went to different cities, Mr. Erdal Ata, Governor of Hatay said: “Hence, there is a high need of renewal of these registrations throughout Turkey, this work is important both for determining how many and where the Syrians live in our country, for security of country and on the other hand for health and education services we will provide for our brothers.”

After the opening speeches, Mr. Süleyman Soylu, Minister of Interior, presented educational and play sets for Syrian children and wheel chairs for disabled Syrians.

The program ended after Mr. Süleyman Soylu, Minister of Interior, received information from the authorities of  Hatay Provincial Directorate of Migration Management about the publication of temporary protection ID cards and chatted with the Syrians whose temporary protection ID cards were printed.

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