The European Union has seen little evidence that Turkey has managed to reduce the departures of migrants for Greek islands in the two weeks since it signed an agreement to do so, an EU document showed on Thursday. The report by the Luxembourg government, in its current capacity as president of EU ministerial councils, said every day about 4,000 people arrived from Turkey since the accord on Nov. 29 – it is a “slight reduction” from the 5,000-6,000 seen earlier in that month. But this was not necessarily due to the Turkish action.
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