Greece braces for complex EU-Turkey summit on refugee plan

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

The Greek government is hoping that this week's European Council in Brussels, which begins on Thursday, could help ease the current refugee crisis.

Athens, though, is aware of the difficulties involved in the EU clinching a deal with Turkey so refugees can be resettled directly from Greece’s neighboring country.

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