Erdogan slams European stance on terrorism amid migration talks

Istanbul, Jumada II 9, 1437, Mar 18, 2016, SPA — Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan slammed Europe on Friday, saying a recent terrorist attack in Ankara could happen in any European city due to its “carelessness” in relation to terrorism, dpa reported.
The Turkish president was giving a World War I memorial speech as his prime minister, Ahmet Davutoglu, was entering talks with European leaders in Brussels on a joint plan to reduce the number of refugees coming to Europe via Turkey.
“There’s no reason at all that the bomb which detonated in Ankara would not detonate in Brussels … or in any other European city,” Erdogan said according to the state-run Anadolu news agency.
“European countries are still acting with carelessness, it’s like dancing on a mine field,” he said.

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