The compromise between the Twenty-Eight and Turkey, that Le Figaro has consulted, and that will be submitted on Thursday for approval by the heads of State and of governments, provides for several measures to put an end to the irregular migration in the Aegean. Among them:
– the removal of compulsory visas for Turks “at the latest by the end of June 2016,”
– a supplementary check for Ankara for up to three billion euros by the end of 2018,
– the settling in Europe of a maximum of 72,000 Syrians directly transferred from refugee camps in Turkey, with the help of the HCR (United Nations Commission for Refugees).