Merkel emphasized return of refugees to Syria should be resolved via a joint cooperation.

Merkel emphasized that the issue of the return of refugees to Syria should be resolved via a joint cooperation’s and negotiations and not invasion as carried out by turkey President with hundred of people confirmed dead in what Turkey claim as victories over enemy.

Dated: 19 October, 2019.

Merkel emphasized that the issue of the return of refugees to Syria should be resolved only through political means.


Earlier, Turkish leader Recep Tayyip Erdogan promised to continue the operation in Syria if the US does not fulfill the conditions for the withdrawal of Kurdish forces outside the “security zone”.

Erdogan also denied media reports about continued shelling in the zone of operations in Syria.

Alleseuropa reports that European Union hope to resolve the situation in  Syria after the agreement between the US and  Turkey to suspend military operations in the Kurds city of Syria, said the chancellor of Germany Angela Merkel .

“We condemned the military operation of Turkey and called for its cessation. Now we have to see if the agreed ceasefire will lead to a settlement of the situation, ”her statement cites during a press conference following the EU summit.

Alleseuropa reports that hundreds of leaders all over the world has taken to social media to praise the political wisdom of Germany Angela Merkel in handling complex issues.


Merkel was President of the European Council In 2007 and played a central role in the negotiation of the Treaty of Lisbon and the Berlin Declaration. One of Merkel’s consistent priorities has been to strengthen transatlantic economic relations.

Merkel played a crucial role in managing the financial crisis at the European and international level, and she has been referred to as “the decider”.

In domestic policy, health care reform, problems concerning future energy development and more recently her government’s approach to the ongoing migrant crisis have been major issues during her Chancellorship. She has served as senior G7 leader since 2014, and previously from 2011 to 2012.

In 2014 she became the longest-serving incumbent head of government in the European Union.

In October 2018, Merkel announced that she would not seek reelection as leader of the CDU at the party convention in December 2018 and as Chancellor in 2021.

Merkel has been widely described as the de facto leader of the European Union throughout her tenure as Chancellor.


Merkel has twice been named the world’s second most powerful person following Vladimir Putin by Forbes magazine, the highest ranking ever achieved by a woman. On 26 March 2014, Merkel became the longest-serving incumbent head of government in the European Union.

In December 2015, Merkel was named as Time magazine’s Person of the Year, with the magazine’s cover declaring her to be the “Chancellor of the Free World”.

In 2018, Merkel was named the most powerful woman in the world for a record fourteenth time by Forbes.

Following the election of Donald Trump to the U.S. presidency in November 2016, Merkel was described as “the Liberal West’s Last Defender”. Since 2016 she has been described by some commentators as the “leader of the free world”.

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Former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton described Merkel in 2017 as “the most important leader in the free world”, She is currently the senior G7 leader.

The Atlantic described her in 2019 as “the world’s most successful living politician, on the basis of both achievement and longevity”.

She was found in a 2018 survey to be the most respected world leader internationally.


She was named as Harvard University’s commencement speaker in 2019; Harvard University President Larry Bacow described her as “one of the most widely admired and broadly influential states people of our time”.

Views both domestic and abroad have often been divisive and critical however, particularly of her migrant policies and attitude towards NATO contributions. Alleseuropa reports.

Midway through her second term, Merkel’s approval plummeted in Germany, resulting in heavy losses in state elections for her party. An August 2011 poll found her coalition had only 36% support compared to a rival potential coalition’s 51%.

However, she scored well on her handling of the recent euro crisis (69% rated her performance as good rather than poor), and her approval rating reached an all-time high of 77% in February 2012 and again in July 2014.

Merkel’s approval rating dropped to 54% in October 2015, during the European migrant crisis, the lowest since 2011. According to a poll conducted after terror attacks in Germany Merkel’s approval rating dropped to 47% (August 2016).

Half of Germans did not want her to serve a fourth term in office compared to 42% in favor. However, according to a poll taken in October 2016, her approval rating had been found to have risen again, 54% of Germans were found to be satisfied with work of Merkel as Chancellor.

According to another poll taken in November 2016, 59% were to found to be in favor of a renewed Chancellor candidature of Merkel in 2017.

According to a poll carried out just days after the 2016 Berlin attack, in which it was asked which political leader(s) Germans trust to solve their country’s problems; 56% named Merkel, 39% Seehofer (CSU), 35% Gabriel (SPD), 32% Schulz (SPD), 25% Özdemir (Greens), 20% Wagenknecht (Left party), 15% Lindner (FDP), and just 10% for Petry (AfD).

A YouGov survey published in late December 2017 found that just 36 percent of all respondents wanted Merkel to stay at the helm until 2021, while half of those surveyed voters called for a change at the top before the end of the legislature.

By 2019 this had again changed, with now 67% of Germans wanting Merkel to stay till the end of her term in 2021 and only 29% wanting her to step down earlier.

Alleseuropa reports that so much is presently on her table more than ever, like Brexit and worst relationship with the U.S President which is not so bad but experts have warn that it is not in best light like in OBAMA days, when the U.S and Germany swimming in cooperation’s.

In 2019, such relations has become a great sleepless nights for European union leaders as they struggles with the U.S on issues of Airbus and Tariffs that will soon affect millions of jobs within the EU should the U.S refused to come to the table further, however retaliation from the EU, will only make it worst.

Alleseuropa reports that the U.S President Trump seems to have favors right political parties leader more compared to their left parties even though the left might bring more to the table that will favor Trump tenures, to find a common ground remains in the shadow.

Alleseuropa reports that Turkey President may have discuss his plans with the Europe leader like Her or Macron which will have been resolved without bloodshed, however Turkey and Kurd’s both seems to have historical disputes against each other and both will give excuses of Refugees resettlement to invade one another.

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