The UN recognises Ankara's efforts to ensure millions of refugees have basic supplies amid the deadly coronavirus pandemic.
Conflict, hunger and economic upheaval had displaced nearly 80 million people worldwide, half of them children, by the end of 2019 – nearly twice as many as a decade ago.
Turkey expressed its concerns at the meeting over ongoing acts of terror by the PKK/YPG and attempts to legitimise it.
While Ankara has kept up its end of the bargain by halting refugee and migrant outflows into Europe, Brussels has dragged its feet over the disbursement of aid for those in need, as well as other promises.
In an interview with TRT, Turkey's President Erdogan said other international actors cannot carry out activities in the areas marked in the Libya-Turkey maritime deal.
Turkish President Erdogan said that Turkey will continue hosting the four million refugees currently residing in the country regardless of the EU's help, but will open the doors to Europe if it can no longer handle the issue alone.
YPG/PKK terrorists have released some Daesh members in exchange for money by using Turkey's operation in Syria as an excuse, says Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu.
The US agreement with Turkey to withdraw YPG/PKK terrorists from the safe zone in 120 hours comes to an end on Tuesday evening, but civilians say the group is making it hard for them to cross into Iraq.
Turkey is home to more than four million refugees and even more could be added to that number if the situation in Syria deteriorates further.
Turkey and the US reached an agreement last month for a planned safe zone in northern Syria for displaced Syrian refugees.
Syrian student Muhammet Halil achieved a full point score in the nation-wide middle school exam to qualify for high school. He came to Turkey with his family five years ago and lives in the southeastern city of Kilis.
At least a million Syrians have fled to Lebanon since the start of the civil war in 2011, but according to a Human Rights Watch report Beirut forced some of them back to Syria
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