The message was clear: those trying to reach Greece would be quickly repatriated, while those patiently waiting in Turkey would have the opportunity to enter in their place. While the Turkish government needed a near victory, it had deeper motivations in opening the borders. Ankara expected the move to pressure the European Union to support its orientation in Idlib and guarantee additional funds to Syrian refugees in Turkey. In addition, the EU should be forced to fulfil its obligations under a March 2016 agreement where Turkey limits the number of migrants entering Europe in exchange for refugee aid and other promises. Since we are not ready to welcome millions of refugees to Europe, we have no choice but to conclude a new agreement with Turkey. .
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