One person on a mission to change the course of the situation is billionaire George Soros. He has made it his personal mission to take a look at this crisis and see what he can do to come up with solutions that could work out better for everyone.
As Wikiquote explains, George Soros is a Hungarian born American businessman who has amassed one of the largest amounts of monetary wealth in the world. He is someone who fights on tirelessly to build up his businesses and also is known for the work that he does to try to solve some of the world’s most pressing challenges.
Soros was interviewed by MarketWatch about the current situation in Syria. They wanted to know what his thoughts were on the situation and what he believes the best course of action is to take to help the people in this region of the world. Soros was not shy about sharing some of the ideas he has about it.
For one, he thinks that the European Union (EU) needs to look at more equitable ways to spread out the population of refugees currently flooding into Europe. This is the only way that each and every country can receive just the amount that they are able to handle and no more. He doesn’t like the current system which allows for each country to think only in their own self interest and largely ignore what is best for solving the overall problem.
Though a lot of the press has gone to refugees entering Europe, Soros knows that many of them will enter into countries that neighbor Syria to reside there. He believes that the EU would be wise to provide funding to those countries to help them take care of the refugees. It is a better situation than allowing the countries to lose their stability and then have to deal with more problems.
Finally, Soros wants accountability, and this means a better system of getting refugees verified and permitted into countries. He wants a safe passageway to be established between the Middle East and the various European countries now accepting refugees. By doing this, he contends that the process will be safer and will cause less worry among the citizens of the countries where refugees are entering. This in turn could lead to better results and promote a better cultural understanding between all parties involved in this situation.