EU to discuss the migration crisis and relations with Turkey
'The purpose of the meeting - to give impetus to our relations and to limit migration flows' - Tusk
Today the leaders of European Union and Turkey will meet in Brussels to discuss the migration crisis and the relations between EU and Ankara, reported Donald Tusk in Twitter, Head of European Council.
'I convene EU - Turkey summit on Sunday, November 29, at 16.00 p.m. The purpose - to give impetus to our relations and to limit migration flows'- wrote Tusk.
According to him, 'the decision was taken after the positive recommendation of European Commission and a telephone conversation that evening with Ahmet Davutoglu, Prime Minister of Turkey'.
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