Migrants: the Turkish option is binding on the EU

Le président turc, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, le 5 octobre, à Bruxelles. L'Europe devrait tripler son aide, à hauteur de 3 milliards d'euros, pour le maintien des réfugiés sur le sol turc.

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, 5 October in Brussels. Europe is expected to triple its aid to the tune of 3 billion euros for the maintenance of refugees on Turkish soil Photo credit:. FRANCOIS LENOIR / AFP

Berlin has played a leading role at the European summit, to enlist Ankara in managing migration crisis.

Angela Merkel will not arrive empty-handed Sunday Ankara: Europe is preparing to triple its aid to the maintenance of refugees on Turkish soil to bring up to 3 billion euros thanks to the EU budget, but also to direct contributions from States. To slow the exodus, the idea was finally imposed to help Turkey permanently installed home much of some 2.2 million refugees who fled the war in Syria for four years and a delegate Mission border guards for newcomers. Thursday night, the European summit has estimated the price: twenty-eight heads of state and government have tacitly agreed on a check of about 3 billion payable to Ankara to collect from 2016. The offer of …

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