Greece banking on Turkish cooperation in refugee plan

PoliticsForeign Policy Tags: Refugees
Photo by @PrimeministerGr
Photo by @PrimeministerGr

Greece and Turkey appear to see eye to eye on the need to share the burden of the refugee crisis and creating a legal framework to combat illegal immigration.

That was the feeling that emerged from the meeting between the prime ministers of the two countries in Izmir on Tuesday, one day after the EU-Turkey summit on the refugee crisis in Brussels.

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