Why people are cancelling their online video calls
People are canceling their online videos calls due to the ongoing civil war in Syria.
On Wednesday, the Turkish government launched a new online video calling service called “Tayyip,” which is intended to be used by the people of Syria.
The company announced the launch on its official Twitter account, saying, “Turkey is taking an important step toward creating an inclusive and inclusive society through the use of online video.”
The new service will enable people to call each other with no restrictions on the platform, and will be used to communicate directly with each other.
Turkey has been fighting with rebel groups in Syria since the start of the conflict in 2011, but has been unable to reach a peace agreement.