24 July 2019
"The European Commission on Wednesday reacted to comments by Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu who earlier this week suggested that Ankara will cancel a migrant readmission agreement with the European Union should the bloc fail to deliver on its promise of visa-free travel for Turkish citizens."
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TURKEY: EU Commission reacts to Cavusoglu comments on migration deal (ekathimerini.com, link)
And see: Readmission agreement with EU suspended, Turkish FM says (turkishminute.com, link):
"Turkish Minister of Foreign Affairs Mevlüt Çavusoglu has announced that Turkey’s readmission agreement with the European Union has been suspended, the Evrensel newspaper reported on Monday."
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