EU leadership may be getting tired of Turkey’s threats: “Turkey ‘threats’ over migrant deal won’t work: Juncker”

Turkey must uphold its side of a deal made with the European Union over stemming the flow of migrants, a top EU official said May 26, warning “threats” against the bloc will not work
Turkey is not “bluffing” or uttering “threats” when it says it could suspend all agreements signed with the European Union, including an agreement on the readmission of people residing in the EU without authorization, Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu has said
German Chancellor Angela Merkel told President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan yesterday (23 May) of her “deep concern” over the state of democracy in Turkey and voiced doubt that a plan to offer Turks visa-free travel to the EU would be implemented on time.

Leaders, NGOs meet in Istanbul for first humanitarian summit

New deal on humanitarian financing signed at summit inIstanbul

The World Humanitarian Summit in Turkey was conceived by UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon to draw attention to the growing humanitarian crisis

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