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An Artificial Island Project in Mediterranean.

ALMELO (CyHAN)- A famous Hollander architecture developed a Project to solve refugee's problems. The Project named as '' Artificial Island ''

According to Washington Post news, Theo Deutinger, owner of a design and architecture firm based in Netherlands created ''city-island'' project for obtain a home range to refugees.

In the International Organization of Migration inputs (IOM), more than 1,000 Syrian refuges died or disappeared in Mediterranean, just during last week.

Many organizations and groups offering several ideas to find out the problem for refugees suffering but one of the most brave solution is belonging to Mr. Deutinger:

To construct '' an island city'' in the Tunisian coast, that might make safe refugees and feel them comfortable as if they are in an European Country.

A CITY-STATE, HAS ITS OWN CONSTITUTION ALSO UNDER PROTECTION OF EU

The firm is known for its theoretical work, which often focuses on issues of globalization.

Deutinger dubs the project Europe in Africa (EIA), and it already has a flashy website tagline, "The first truly European city."

SIMILAR IDEAS HAVE BEEN TOUTED BEFORE

Time will show which could be realizing and be remediate to refugee's suffering in these projects.

According to IOM data, more than 20 thousand refugees dead under the Mediterranean in the last 25 years who tries to reach from Africa and the Middle East to Europe.

Cihan CyHAN

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