''The EU and Turkey need to make tremendous efforts but need to prolong the signed agreement by October, and then need to create steps that would allow it continue for a longer period. Bad or good, the agreement works and both Turkey and the EU need to realize the severity of the problems,'' stated the Bulgarian Prime Minister soon after his meeting with German Chancellor Angela Merkel earlier on today.
He added that a visa-free regime with Turkey seems unlikely, but there could be some alleviated procedures for business owners and politicians.
''All we want is for the EU to comply with the committments it has already made. After all, European solidarity and cohesive funds are not the only things that make up the union,'' he stated....
Boyko, I think all of you there have a comprehension deficit disorder.
We mentioned already multiple times the solution to that enormous human tragedy which namely is sending all those refugees to the UK and the US. Those were the two nations starting the war in Iraq and destabilizing the whole Islamic world and therefore indirectly creating all those terrorist organizations.
Now all refugees from those areas should be shipped to the US and the \"trying to escape responsibility by leaving the EU\" UK.
You don\'t just start wars and attack countries even if they are run by dictators without considering the consequences!!!
Borisov's firm stance about those muslimimmigrants may serve as example to Merkel & Co. If you cross the border illegally, you have to risk immediate, forced deportation, and if you still insist it is not unlikely that you get shot by border guards. It is not about compassion, it is about the law and order.
Gosho - doesn't China also deserve to have some of those nice, educated, hard-working, cosmopolitan refugees - after all, why should we in the West be greedy and keep them all for ourselves? That just wouldn't be fair - and I'm sure that the refugees share your opinion about China being a warm, cuddly, democratic Economic Powerhouse....
50% more Chinese Tourists in Bulgaria
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