Bargain? No, turkey would love to join the EU but not under EU conditions, the EU stopped the process, but then since NATO attacked many ME countries, Turkey took the refugees, as a process to join the EU. Now the EU doesn't want to take the refugees, and turkey uses them as a political leverage.
It's like you think those refugees came from parachutes from the skies for no reason. Turkey is doing wrong, but they are not alone in the process of creating a refugee population to have a "bargain" or "threatening" tool for eurofools.>>386709
Turkey is not an EU member.
EU members are: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Republic of Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain and Sweden.
Some other countries could have multiple treaties beyond simple good relationships.>>386734
If you have to cope with the millions of refugees turkey has to deal with, I don't think even Germany would be able to have them in homes. Your point about "wE mUsT hAvE tO bUilD hOmeS REEEE" is just a coping situation from liberals worried about those poor immigrants arriving in the le-free world, but of course, they don't care bombing some innocent children in a dusty place they don't have empathy with.