PA follows instances of Palestinians missing in Turkey
The Palestinian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates is circling back to the instances of six Palestinian residents who disappeared in Turkey this month.
The Palestinian Embassy in Ankara has framed an emergency group to manage the issue. The Consulate in Istanbul is additionally involved. Both are working with Turkish specialists to track down the missing people.
As per the service, four of the six disappeared in Istanbul, one in Konya, and the 6th on the Turkey-Greece line. Anybody with any data on their whereabouts is approached to contact either the Palestinian Embassy or the Consulate.
Somewhere in the range of ten and twelve thousand Palestinians are living in Istanbul, holding Palestinian international IDs or travel archives, or Jordanian identifications. The complete number of Palestinians in Turkey has been assessed at somewhere in the range of twenty and 22 thousand, albeit 30,000 has additionally been referenced as a more sensible figure.