“We have reached an agreement”: Tusk at EU-Turkey summit

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Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades (L-R), Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu, and EU Council President Donald Tusk line up for the family picture at the start of the EU-Turkey Summit in Brussels, 29 November 2015.

“We have reached an agreement”: Tusk at EU-Turkey summit


"We have reached an agreement which I hope will be accepted", said the EU Council president Donald Tusk before the start of today's EU-Turkey summit on refugees.

"Let us not us not be naive though”, he continued. "Turkey is not the only key to resolving the migration crisis. The important one is our responsibility and duty to protect our external border. We cannot outsource this obligation to any third country. Without control on our external borders, Schengen will become history."

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