Omer Celik: time has come to reassess migration deal with EU

Turkey's minister for EU Affairs Omer Celik said he believed the time has come for Turkey to reassess its migration deal with the European Union.

Celik said that Turkey has fulfilled all of its obligations regarding the agreement, but the EU has failed to keep its promises.

The minister noted that it has become clear the bloc would not take a fair stance on its promise to grant Turks visa-free travel, Reuters reported.

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