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The European Commission has announced that it has adopted a number of conclusions on Turkey after the first day of the EU Leaders’ Summit in Brussels. Additional funding of 3 billion Euro for the refugees in Turkey has been reportedly agreed on.
Axar.az reports citing foreign media that after the first day of the European Union (EU) Leaders' Summit in Brussels yesterday (June 24), the European Commission has announced that it has adopted a number of conclusions on Turkey.
On the other side, Angela Merkel, the Chancellor of Germany, has stated that the EU Commission submitted a report on how the migration deal with Turkey, which was signed in 2016, can be extended. She has said that it was agreed with additional funding of 3 billion Euro:
"We will continue the work on the customs union, and of course we expect constructive attitude from Turkey. We have also seen an improvement in the situation in the Mediterranean."
2021.06.25 / 13:56