Wednesday, 02 December 2015 01:09

The results of the EU-Turkey Summit

Head of the European Council, Donald Tusk said that following the results of the emergency summit EU-Turkey in Brussels, which took place on 29 November, between the Turkish authorities and the EU reached an agreement on the issue of illegal migrants.EU Turkey Summit in Brussel

German Chancellor Angela Merkel said that the summit participants approved the allocation of $ 3 billion for Turkey. It should help to establish control over migration flows. According to the Chancellor of Germany, Turkey is a key country for overcoming the migration crisis.

It is known that the migration process was one of the main issues of the summit.
Since Europe "flooded" refugees from the Middle East, the EU adopted a number of different measures and an agreement with Turkey is the next step towards the stabilization of migration situation.

Also, at the end of the emergency summit EU-Turkey reached an agreement on visa-free regime for Turkey in the autumn of 2016. Subject to completing by Turkey of EU requirements as provided in the road map.

In addition, Brussels will accelerate the process for the adoption of Turkey to the EU, the two sides agreed to continue the accession negotiations in December. This will be the 17th chapter of negotiations on Turkey's accession to the European Union, this time of economic and financial policy.

Ahmet Davutoglu

"We are the European nation ... the fate of our continent to join all of you. We want to be a member of the European family", - said the Prime Minister of Turkey Ahmet Davutoglu.

In its turn NATO will also provide additional assistance to Turkey

On December 1, NATO General Secretary Jens Stoltenberg said that in the near future the alliance will decide on the further support of Turkey in connection with the growing threat from "Islamic state".

In a short time in Jordan and later in Turkey, will begin military exercises of NATO. The exercise will be attended by the soldiers who will fight with IGIL.

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