The EU will disburse EUR 3 B to Turkey until 2018 for Syrian refugees and will allocate as much additionally after that period, the EU and Turkey's leaders have announced.
Additionally, Ankara will work to implement its remaining 45 (out of a total of 72) prerequisites to be granted visa-free travel to Europe by the end of the Dutch Presidency of the Council of EU at the end of June.
Within the same timeframe, Chapter No. 33 of EU accession negotiations, the one on budget and finance, will be opened to Turkey after no progress on negotiations had been recorded for years....
"A historic day". Turk and Tusk. Turk and Turk. Smiling Turks:
I am afraid that the concerns of countries like Bulgaria and Greece are of no importance to the EUrocrats, who always wanted Turkey in the EU and are allowing Turkey to dictate to the EU what it must do about the migrants it has allowed to enter illegally. On top of that, EU taxpayers must pay billions of euros to Turkey while watching EU infrastructure falling apart, The payouts and the migrants will never stop until we get leaders at the top of the EU who are prepared to put their own people first - which is not looking too hopeful at the moment.
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