Russia have deployed 50,000 police and National Guard forces to the oblasts along the western border with the EU, ahead of an oncoming assault of ISIS militants from Turkey.
According to a Federal Security Services report, thousands of highly trained Islamic terrorists are going to launch an attack in Europe due to Turkey allowing an unprecedented flood of millions of Syrian migrants through their borders.
According to this report, this historic catastrophe currently looming over the EU began yesterday (19 April) when an ultimatum was issued to European leaders by Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu who warned that his nation will tear up the controversial EU-Turkish migrant deal unless his citizens are given visa-free access to the EU on 1 June.
In firing back at Turkey’s ultimatum, this report continues, 4 hours ago European Commissioner for Migration Dimitris Avramopoulos issued an equally powerful EU threat against Turkey warning that “[European Commission President Jean-Claude] Juncker was crystal clear yesterday, as I have been in the past: No visa liberalization can be offered if not all benchmarks are met.”
The migrant deal between the EU and Turkey, this report explains, came into effect on 20 March and allows the EU to send back to Turkey migrants arriving in Greece if they do not apply for asylum or their claim is rejected, and that for every Syrian migrant sent back to Turkey, one Syrian already in Turkey will be resettled in the EU—with this deals most dangerous provision giving all peoples coming from Turkey visa and passport free travel to the EU nations that are parties to the Schengen agreement.
With between 3-6 million Syrian migrants already in Turkey, this report warns, the EU is not even close to having the policing manpower needed to vet them, let alone protect their own citizens from the Islamic terrorists who have infiltrated them which US general Philip Breedlove recently warned is “spreading like a cancer” across the entire continent.
As previous estimates show that the EU already has within its borders over 4,000 of these highly trained Islamic terrorists already, this report continues, the “extreme danger” now being faced by the EU was, also, highlighted this week at the Security and Counter Terror conference in London where experts warned that these radicals plans to use both poison gas and atomic attacks and that this fact should no longer be ignored by the policy makers who made such a catastrophic agreement as this one in the first place.
This report grimly notes too that Turkish troops have begun firing upon and killing women and children attempting to flee into Turkey from Syria in order to force the EU’s hand, and are being aided by Islamic terrorists who just hours ago set ablaze one of the largest migrant camps in Greece.
The FSB concludes this report by noting the “grave concerns” voiced by the Ministry of Defense (MoD) regarding these additional forces being placed on the western front as they too have been expanding Federation military troops into this region in response to the buildup of NATO forces in the EU—and which Russian military leaders say the West will use this buildup as another propaganda tool like they’ve done so many other times in the past to depict the Federation in the worst light possible.