Arab Emirates: Restaurant and Iranians Turks

arab emirates: Then he moved to the United Arab Emirates, but Dubai's costs seemed impossible. ; So, two years ago, he moved to Turkey and opened a restaurant in Istanbul's Esenyurt neighborhood, taking advantage of the country's relatively open business environment for refugees, according to The Japan Times. I have 15 people working for me in this restaurant. He headed to Saudi Arabia, where he opened a restaurant but, as refugees, his children had difficulty getting into a school. They are Afghans, Iranians and Turks. Over 60 percent of our customers are Afghans living here. I have invested about 120,000 in this restaurant so far, Burhan, 52, said at his Afghan kebab establishment. ( As reported in the news.

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