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BRUSSELS, March 18 /TASS/. The European Union and Turkey have signed an agreement for restricting migration at a summit in Brussels, Finnish Prime Minister Juha Sipila said on Friday.
"The agreement has been signed," he said.
A European source close to the summit told journalists that the deal had been concluded and that the European Union and Turkey would start implementing it as of March 20.
"According to the final draft, the agreement will start to be implemented on the night from March 20 to 21," the EU diplomat said.
The European Union and Turkey agreed to open another chapter concerning Ankara’s accession to the European Union. "The 33rd budget chapter will be opened by late June," he said.