Hungary has temporary saved the EU from capitulating to Turkey
On March 7th the EU-Turkey summit took place in Brussels. The attention of the meeting was focused on the refugee crisis. Most of the refugees travel to Europe through Turkey. The summit discussed the plans for the allocation of €3 billion to Turkey. While Germany is lobbying for the interests of Ankara, many of the EU members are full of skepticism towards Ankara. Ankara's proposals were not fully adopted at the summit due to the veto imposed by the Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban. However the EU leadership is ready to approve it, but now has to postpone it till 17th March.