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Cavusoglu Links VISA free for 80 Millions Turks with Migrants/Refugees' Deal

Escrito por ACM
12.10.16
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*Strasbourg/CoE/Angelo Marcopolo/- Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu linked 2 Differend, but Both Controversial and UnPopular Issues, that of granding a "VISA-Free" Status to 80 Millions Turks, and an EU -Turkey Deal on Mass Asylum Seekers/Irregular Migrants suddenly launched through Turkey for 1,5 Million People on 2015-2016 in a notoriously Unprecedented in History "Tsunami".


Replying to a Question read by a Serbian Collegue, (from a Western Balkans route key Country) on what he would do if EU didn't yet Start to accept all Turkish Citizens withOut Visa inside Europe, (NDLR : something which amounts, in practice, up to 6 Months Each Year), Cavusoglou appeared adamant :


- Turkey wants for all these Deals to be Implemented Together. We (Ankara) have been implementing the Re-Admission Deal (on Irregular Mass Migants), back from Greece, he claimed, and all of these Deals had been signed Together.


- However, "this is Not a Threat", Minister Cavusoglou found necessary to atenuate.


Later on, the Turkish Official, who arrived in Strasbourg, already Yesterday Evening, is due to Address PanEuropean CoE Assembly's MEPs, and probably Stay also Tomorrow, when the current Situation in Turkey will be discussed in an Urgent CoE Assembly's Plenary Debate.



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