German chancellor warns that no one should be ‘deceived' by slower influx of migrants
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has called the closing of the migrant route through the Balkans, a concern for all of Europe.
Angela Merkel, German Chancellor: "The current easing (of the influx) that Germany and some other member states is experiencing is one thing. The situation in Greece is the other and it must be a big concern to us all because it is not without consequences for us all in Europe."
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Addressing the Bundestag lower house of parliament before an EU summit with Turkey, Merkel warned that no one should be "deceived" by the slower influx of migrants to Germany.
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