The Jerusalem Post reports:
Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan has suggesting building a large new city in northern Syria as a housing solution for the millions of refugees that have been displaced by the Syrian war, AFP has reported.
In a speech in Istanbul on Friday, the Turkish president that the new city would be located close to the Turkish border. He said that he discussed the idea with US President Barack Obama.
“I am going to tell you something. What is the formula? We found a city in the north of Syria,” the Anatolia news agency quoted Erdogan as saying.
Erdogan said that the city would be 4,500 square kilometers in area and its infrastructure could be built in cooperation with the international community.