Turkey's Davutoglu to Visit Bulgaria on December 15
Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu is due to visit Bulgaria in mid-December to discuss border safety issues.
Davutoglu and his Bulgarian counterpart, Bulgarian PM Boyko Borisov, will also talk about the latest EU-Turkey action plan adopted at a special summit in November.
Under the agreements Turkey is stepping up border security and has vowed to curb the migrant flow heading into Greece and Bulgaria through its borders, in return for a visa waiver, revival of EU membership negotiations, and EUR 3 B in aid needed to tackle the migrant crisis.
Sofia is a stop on Davutoglu's way as he is to set off for Brussels for a December 17 meeting with top EU officials.
In accordance with the agreements, Turkey and tje EU are to open another chapter in EU accession talks after the latter had been stalled for years.
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Turkey is one big IS.. big one ..In future EU space will be divided.. the Germanic side will have mostly Turkish (or declaring to be Turkish) population.. the French side will be Arabic.. The Germanic side will make good cars and the french side will make good porno.... if you think I am joking please ask mister Davutoglu..
He is going to scare the s...out of B. Borisov.. which is not very difficult.. and most likely he will help Borisov to interpret the hints that Kameron made to him..... British are so delicate they only make hints..
If I was Borisov however I would not be very scared of 2 000 000 people crossing towards EU.. they will cross anyway.. this year or next.. one by one or by numbers.. they will.