Charles Aznavour calls for help for migrants

Charles Aznavour called on Tuesday to provide refuge to migrants arriving in France, defending the idea expressed in the spring to repopulate the villages with these newcomers, AFP reports.

“It troubles me a lot, it’s very hard to see those people wandering around with their children,” said Aznavour, 91, who was born in Paris in 1924 to Armenian parents.

“There is something I’ve never known, but I think my parents had to live this life,” he added.

“We need to find a way to provide for their future existence,” he said.

“I am very determined on that, it must be done!” Aznavour concluded.