Tuesday, November 8, 2016

EU-Turkey Migration Deal: Austria Says Brussels Must Devise Plan B

The EU-Turkey migrant deal is at risk of collapse amid an increase in tensions between both parties, Austria's defense minister has warned, calling on the EU to come up with contingency plans.

"As the deal between the EU and Turkey is turning more and more fragile and the first cracks are becoming visible, we must make sure that we are ready to act," Hans Peter Doskozil said following a meeting with counterparts from Croatia, Hungary, FYROM[*], Poland, Serbia, Slovenia and Slovakia.

 The comments come amid Turkish threats to scupper the deal if certain requirements aren't met, with Doskozil's call for a plan B to be put in place marking a significant change from EU officials, who have previously put their faith in the EU-Turkey deal.
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