UK PM David Cameron to Visit Bulgaria on Thursday
British Prime Minister David Cameron is due to visit Bulgaria on December 3, government sources cited by website Dnevnik.bg have said.
Cameron is to arrive on Thursday afternoon and visit the Bulgaria-Turkey border, according to the sources, but more details are yet to be disclosed.
This comes after an agreement reached at an EU-Turkey summit meeting on Sunday that Turkey is to restrict the migrant flow from its borders into Europe, receiving a visa waiver, EUR 3 B in aid, and brighter prospects in EU membership negotiations in return.
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