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BRUSSELS Cheap Nike Air Max Thea All White UK , March 18 (Xinhua) -- The two-day European Union (EU) summit ended here as scheduled Friday afternoon, with the finalization of a seemingly exciting migration deal with Turkey.
So far, Europe is experiencing the worst migrant crisis since the Second World War. More than 1 million people have traveled to the continent through various transit routes.
Turkey, which currently hosts 2.7 million refugees or migrants, mainly from war-torn Syria Cheap Nike Air Max Plus TN Ultra All White UK , Iraq and Afghanistan who were keen to cross the Turkish border for final settlement in Europe, presented to Brussels new proposals to tackle the migration crisis on March 7, asking for extra financial aid, the speeding up of its EU membership negotiation process, and a more liberalized visa scheme in exchange.
The EU delayed the decision to the summit.
European Council President Donald Tusk said hours ahead of the summit on Thursday that he was "more cautious than optimistic" on the chance of reaching agreement with Turkey as there was resistance from EU member states to Ankara's proposals.
They agreed that all new irregular migrants crossing from Turkey into the Greek islands as from March 20, 2016 are to be returned to Turkey, and this will take place in full accordance with EU and international law, according to a joint statement of the two parties.
In return, the EU gave its consent to fulfill the visa liberalization roadmap, with a view to lifting the visa requirements for Turkish citizens at the latest by the end of June 2016.
The EU also promised to further speed up the disbursement of the initially allocated 3 billion euros (about 3.39 billion U.S. dollars) in aid funds for Turkey to handle the migrant crisis and ensure the funding of further projects for persons under temporary protection identified with swift input from Turkey before the end of March.
The bloc said it would also mobilize additional funding of an additional 3 billion euros up to the end of 2018.
Moreover, Turkey is supposed to be satisfied to see that the EU reconfirmed to re-energize and accelerate its EU accession process during the Netherlands presidency, which ends June 30 of this year.
"It is just one pillar of the European Union's comprehensive strategy and can work only if the other pillars are also implemented," added Tusk.
Schulz expressed his concern over the deal, saying that "the Parliament is also keen to find out the details on returns to Turkey and resettlement to the EU ... MEPs want to know how Turkey would meet conditions for being considered a 'safe third country'."
He also underlined that any arrangement reached with Turkey could not replace a genuine EU migration and asylum policy, and called for an overhaul of existing rules and the establishment of a European coast and border guard.
"We agreed that our relation is not a relationship of crisis management, but a relationship of vision, the same vision of much more strategic cooperation between Turkey and the EU," said Davutoglu at the press conference.
He also denied the saying that Turkey is just asking for money, explaining that "last summit I have seen many reports and comments of media saying the agreement based on finance."
In addition to the deal with Turkey, the EU leaders also called for strengthening cooperation with the Western Balkan countries in tackling the migration crisis at the summit.
"The European Council is extremely vigilant as regards possible new routes for irregular migrants and calls for taking any measures that may become necessary in that respect," according to a statement released after the summit in the name of the 28 member states.
"In this context, the fight against smugglers everywhere and by all appropriate means remains key," added the statement.
The European Court of Auditors published a report hours before the opening of the summit Thursday on the external migration policy of the EU, condemning the bloc's spending in neighborhood countries as "lack of effectiveness."