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Tuesday, 17 May 2016

Angela Merkel in Germany that exposes accused the EU of Turkish blackmail





















More responsible Germans accused in the weekend Angela Merkel, German chancellor, that puts too much Europe in the hands of Turkey and exposes European Union blackmail Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, according to the online edition Sunday's French daily Le Figaro .

I am not against talks with Turkey, but I think there is the danger of becoming dependent on Ankara, "said Horst Seehofer, leader of the CSU, the Bavarian conservative party ally of Merkel's CDU.
Members of the SPD (Social Democratic Party, a coalition partner of the CDU), the radical left and the Greens have also expressed concern in this regard.
Thus, Cem Ozdemir, co-leader of the German green party and son of Turkish immigrants, told Welt am Sonntag said that the agreement with Ankara exposes the risk of blackmail Europe, estimating that Angela Merkel is largely responsible for this situation.
Sahra Wagenknecht, a member of the radical left party Die Linke (Left), evoked also a risk of 'blackmail', estimating that Erdogan 'net feels strengthened to violate human rights'.
On the other hand, the cost of receiving refugees in Germany over the next five years will be about 100 billion euro, ie 93.6 billion by the end of 2020, according to a working document of the Ministry of Finance, quoted by the weekly Der Spiegel .
Services ministry headed by Wolfgang Schäuble were required for arbitration financially because the federal government and Länder not agree on the division of costs: regions are expected to solve an invoice 21 billion at the end of this year and one up 30 billion by 2020.
Mix ministry calculations integration measures for refugees and accommodation and the cost of support for their countries people fleeing war and poverty. Both the Munich and Hamburg, the federal government is summoned to assume half the cost, but Berlin answered that already pays much more. This dispute broke out early in the wave of immigration, and the two sides agreed to govern until the end, a new reconciliation meeting is scheduled for Thursday.
Of about 1.2 million people arrived last year, the German government estimates that the country remained around 800,000. In the document the Ministry of Finance expect the number of migrants in Germany is supposed to be about 600,000 this year and 400,000 next year by 300,000 every year until 2020.


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