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ID number:866726
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Published: 20.11.2017.
Language: English
Level: College/University
Literature: n/a
References: Used
Time period viewed: 2016.g. - 2017.g.
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It can be concluded, that most of the EU countries support Syrian conflict by military forces. France, United Kingdom and United States continue to bombard parts of Islamic State. As we can see the main role in Syrian Civil War and European migrant crisis have countries like United Kingdom, France and Germany. These countries cooperate to ensure the safety in the European Union and provide benefits to refugees while smaller countries support their ideas with refugee relocating. It is very hard to compare the whole European countries and their role, but it is clear that France supports Syrian opposition military and they are fighting against Islamic state not only in Syria, but also in Africa. Germany does not participate in Syrian military conflict, but provides financial support to refugees and asylum seekers. That is the main difference between France and Germany but radically-minded person does not think about which countries are involved and that is why Belgium and Germany is being attacked by terrorists. The Syrian Conflict is going to end soon because Russia, Turkey and Assad regime cooperate to destroy all Islamic State fighters.…

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