As if in perfect harmony, Turkish politicians are coming out threatening the EU that the country will scrap the refugee deal they agreed to, if the Europeans do not keep their promises emanating from the agreement. This time it was Turkish PM Mehmet Davutoglu’s turn to remind the Europeans of their obligations towards Turkey. After Turkey’s Foreign Minister, Mevlut Cavusoglu had threatened the deal was in jeopardy Monday, Davutoglu told reporters at the airport before departing for Strasbourg that his government would revoke the agreement on the refugee crisis, if the EU did not do what it had pledged and provide Turkish citizens unrestricted travel visas for Europe before June.
His statements echo Turkish Pres. and Foreign Min. recent positions on matter