Erdogan says EU must do its part in migrant deal

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says the EU-Turkey deal on refugees and migrants will only survive if the EU bloc keeps up its part of the bargain. The March 18 accord sets out measures for reducing Europe’s worst migration crisis since World War Two, including increased checks by Turkey and the shipping back to Turkish territory of migrants who arrive in Greece. In return, Turkey is slated to receive benefits including visa-free travel for its citizens to Europe, which in the accord is promised “at the latest” by June 2016.

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