The European Union expects Turkey to do more to implement the action plan agreed with the European Union to stop the influx of Syrian refugees into Europe, said suspect policy commissioner and extension talks Johannes Hahn in Amsterdam on Saturday.
Hahn said after the informal meeting of foreign ministers of the EU member states in Amsterdam, which was joined by the bosses of the candidate countries' diplomacy on Saturday, said that in the last two months since the signing of the action plan with Turkey, there was no reduction in the number of refugees coming from Syria Europe.
Turkey and the EU have reached an agreement with 29. November, according to which the EU will provide three billion euros in assistance to the Syrian refugees, and in return, those Turks should keep on their soil.
Hahn said Turkey would be in the next few days, to the summit of EU leaders 18. and 19. February, should show the first results in the implementation of this plan.
More European officials have called on Turkey on Saturday to honor their international obligations, which prescribe that they must accept refugees fleeing from Syria saving their bare lives. Turkey has closed some border crossings with Syria where refugees are accumulating.
Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said he would pursue "open border politics".
"We keep the policy of open borders for people who run away from the aggression of the Syrian regime and Turkish attacks," he said in Amsterdam, Cavusoglu.
Dutch Foreign Minister Bert Koenders said after a meeting in Amsterdam that one-sided border closure should be avoided.
EU High Representative for Foreign and Security Policy Federica Mogherini said the EU must make decisions that the EU adopted last year to address the migration crisis to stop the uncontrolled influx of migrants and protect the EU's external borders and to clearly distinguish refugees from economic migrants .
Macedonian Foreign Minister Nikola Poposki called for greater EU assistance to strengthen surveillance at the border with Greece. He said his country needs help with the equipment and help from the 400 police officer.
As Greece does not control its borders with Turkey, the EU is increasingly turning to the idea proposed by Slovenian Prime Minister Miro Cerar to help Macedonia stop the refugee wave from Turkey.