Erdogan warns EU over ignoring EU-Turkey Refugees pact
ANKARA: Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan warned European Union for severe reaction over ignoring EU-Turkey Refugees pact.
Erdogan said “There are precise conditions. If the European Union does not take the necessary steps, then Turkey will not implement the agreement.”
Turkey signed a deal with EU on March 18 to take back migrants who entered illegally in Greece and promised to reduce flow of migrants.
Turkey will receive an amount of $6.6 billion and discount in EU membership that will enable Turkish citizens to visa-free travel to Europe.
The agreement was criticized by Human Rights Organizations including Amnesty International which claimed that Turkey cannot be considered as a safe country for refugees.
A complaint also launched in court against acting Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy for “crimes against humanity” by a Spanish far-left party.