The European Union and Turkey will hold a “special meeting” in early March to push forward an aid-for-cooperation deal to curb migrant flows to Europe, said European Council’s president Donald Tusk. German Chancellor Angela Merkel, whose country received the most asylum seekers in the EU last year, said the special summit with Turkey could take place on March 5 or 7. Central European states say the number of asylum seekers arriving from Turkey needs to drop from as many as 2,000 a day to as low as dozens of people. In 2015, Germany received more than one million refugees.
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