Benefits and banana skins for Greece in EU-Turkey refugee deal

PoliticsForeign Policy Tags: Refugees, Turkey
Photo via EU External Action Service
Photo via EU External Action Service

The outlines of a deal between the European Union and Turkey on refugees were reached at the summit on Brussels on Monday and appear to offer potential relief for Greece.

Rather than adopt the draft conclusions regarding the closing down of the Western Balkans route for refugees travelling from Greece to central Europe, which would have left Athens isolated, the 29 leaders discussed in the Belgian capital a new scheme th...

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