A total of 2,648 undocumented migrants were detained in nationwide operations across Turkey, security force said on Wednesday.
Turkish border guards rounded up 1,632 migrants attempting to illegally enter Turkey from Syria, the Turkish General Staff said in a statement, Xinhua reported.
Some 171 undocumented migrants were found attempting to cross Turkey-Greece border illegally, according to the statement.
Another 575 migrants trying to illegally enter Greece and Bulgaria were held in northwestern Edirne province, a security official told state-run Anadolu Agency.
Gendarmerie caught 126 migrants, including 104 Afghan and 22 Pakistani nationals, from a bus at a checkpoint in Turkey's central province of Sivas.
During another operation in northern Kastamonu province, security forces stopped an Istanbul-bound bus and held 121 migrants, including Pakistanis, Afghans and Senegalese.
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