Germany pledges 1 bln euros to aid refugee crisis in Syria

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The German government said on Thursday it would allocate 1.05 billion euros to help the refugee crisis in Syria and the region.

“It would be a fatal mistake to forget the Syrian crisis now,” Germany’s Development Minister Svenja Schulze said at a conference on Syria in Brussels.

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Germany’s Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development said it supports steps taken by Turkey, Lebanon, Jordan, which have accepted 5.6 million Syrian refugees.

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