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it it you didn't have enough problems reaching agreement among the twenty eight member state now it might bring neighboring Turkey overboard you needed a medium Brussels an assignment that to be dominated by the constant migrant and refugee influx I'm reaching an accord with Ankara is being seen as key to stopping the flow you waited until the McDonald it in Brussels , it's not just the bacterium refugees and also about large numbers of people from other countries who are crossing Turkey run by Asia from Pakistan from Afghanistan you're crossing Turkey , to reach Europe and the Europeans one of the Turks to do more to stop banners wow but with an estimated two million Syrian refugees , already we're diving in Turkey in government might not be already is precluded by making it in Turkey intra to cooperate I clearly I Turkey I had no particular interest in holding people back if they want to leave Turkey are but you're trying to change back calculus at putting things on the table they are the one once and again which range from about money are but probably more importantly more access to the EU diplomatic international prestige time is taking to find a deal bigger the wolf occasion EU leaders have met discuss the crisis without the down to earth so all the while waters between Turkey and Greece that become the package of choice to Europe , but winter is coming , even more dangerous