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Turkey's prime minister says his country and the European Union are paying the price for the "failure" of the U.N. system to solve Syria's crisis.
Ahmed Davutoglu spoke to reporters Sunday at the end of an EU-Turkey summit focusing largely on their response to an influx of migrants through Syrian neighbor Turkey into the 28-member European bloc.
Speaking alongside EU leaders, Davotoglu said Turkey has taken in 2 million to 2.2 million refugees.
Alluding to Europe and Turkey, he said: "We are paying the price of the failure of the U.N.