Merkel expects Turkey to stick to refugee deal with EU
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has announced she expects Turkey to stick to the deal struck with the European Union on the refugee and migrant crisis, despite the resignation of Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu.
Her spokesperson Georg Streiter said on Friday, “The chancellor has worked very well until now with Turkish Prime Minister (Ahmet) Davutoglu and all Turkish representatives, and we assume that this good and constructive cooperation will continue with the new Turkish prime minister.
“The EU and Germany will continue to fulfil all their obligations under the agreement and we expect this from the Turkish side as well,” the spokesperson added.
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