Malaysia’s PM Says His Country Will Welcome 3 Thousand Syrian Refugees

Agencies (Qasioun) – The Malaysian prime minister “Najib Abdul Razzak” said on Tuesday that his country is ready to welcome 3000 syrian refugees during the next couple of years.


Abdul Razzak said during a press conference with his German counterpart “Angela Merkel” in Berlin that “the Syrian crisis’s solution will come via negotiations which is the key role of the case, and Malaysia will do its best although its not a power country” adding that “we will offer everything towards the crisis’s solution via the Islamic cooperation organization”


The German chancellor said that what is happening in Aleppo is considered as “barbaric” asserting that no one accepts the shelling over the civilians.


Merkel indicated that its urgent to halt and cease fire in Syria, and reach a solution for the humanitarian responsibility that Europe is responsible for it.