Refugees crisis grows in Greece as EU-Turkey deal hangs in balance

PoliticsForeign Policy Tags: Refugees, Turkey
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The Greek government faces a tense few days before the second EU-Turkey summit on Thursday and Friday this week as there are still doubts about whether an agreement for refugees to be resettled directly from Turkey, which is seen as reducing flows to Greece, will be reached.

The idea of an agreement based around Greece sending refugees and migrants back to Turkey if they cross illegally into the country faces obstacles both at home and abroad.

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