Turkey plans to release MILLIONS of migrants if the EU doesn’t grant it visa-free tra

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TURKEY is threatening to release “millions” more migrants from refugee camps if Britain does not grant more than one million Turks visa-free travel, leaked documents have sensationally claimed.

The visa-free deal could release 1.5million Turks into Europe or millions of migrants
Diplomatic cables between the Government and the British mission in Ankara also suggest that EU mandarins are trying to keep any visa deal with Turkey secret until after the referendum.

The Government is set to follow in the footsteps of an EU deal with Turkey on visa-free travel within the borderless Schengen zone, according to the documents

http://www.express.co.uk/news/world/...vel-referendum
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Better get patrolling the Med, then! The best way to solve the migrant crisis is to stop them from migrating. Maybe if Turkey realises they won't be going any further, they'll look at their own borders.
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Europe is the laughing stock of the world. Meh, this continent is going down the gutter. A strong Europe would have beaten Turkey into submission, like we did the Ottoman Empire.
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(Original post by Mathemagicien)
I think the 3 million Turks in Germany would not be pleased at all

But it is possible, since they don't have nukes AFAIK
Why should anyone care what those parasites think? In any case, it'd be an effective way of routing any 5th columns lurking about.

Anyway, Germany is determined to destroy itself.
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