Apr 14, 2016

No visa-free travel, no migrant deal, says Turkey’s EU minister - EUROPE

Turkey’s minister for European Union affairs and its chief negotiator with the bloc, Volkan Bozkır, said if the EU does not grant Turkish citizens visa-free travel, Turkey could stop accepting migrants sent from Greece

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