Ankara: ‘Migrantendeal between Turkey and the EU need to be stepped up’

In the EU, the rules of the Turkijedeal not, ” said the Turkish minister of Foreign Affairs, Mevlüt Çavusoglu on Tuesday, after talks in Brussels on the migratiecrisis on the Turkish-Greek border. Ankara wants the arrangements to be strengthened in order for the problem to be able to solve the problem.

According to the capital, Ankara, to pay to the EU would, on the reception of asylum seekers. Çavusoglu said that the EU is only half of the promised 6 billion euros, which is intended for the shelter, feeding, and education of the 3.6 million refugees in Turkey, it has been transferred. The country wants to support the struggle of Turkey in the Syrian province of Idlib.

Additionally, in Ankara, the EU’s excuse is that the agreements on the liberalisation of the visumverplichtingen for Turkish citizens will not be met. Brussels promised to Turkey and the abolition of the EU visa requirements for Turkish citizens. It would also calls on the EU membership to continue.

In 2016, it made Turkijedeal would in Ankara and in exchange for, among other things, financial support to migrants, to stop it. Four years in the EU, this period of time, but a solution was not. The Turkish president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, decided at the end of February, with the borders open, to be disposed of.

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The head of the Eu Commission, Ursula von der Leyen said on Monday that Erdogan will first need to stop encouraging migrants to make the crossing to Greece and to create them. Until then, there is, according to her aid, someone to talk to. “The events on the Turkish-Greek border, indicate that there is a political drukmiddel from germany,” said Von der Leyen.

Erdogan left on Tuesday to know not to worry about it. “Our suggestion is that Greece’s borders will open. The migrants will remain there, but cross over into other European countries as well.”

The Turkish president also called on for a “just, humane and distribution” of the burden.

Next week on Tuesday, Erdoğan is a small migratietop in Istanbul, with the German chancellor, Angela Merkel, and the president of france Emmanuel Macron is to further discuss the issue. The British prime minister, Boris Johnson, was welcomed. It is unclear as to whether the said leaders have to go to Istanbul a lot.

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