EU will continue fighting terrorism – Tusk

ANKARA, March 15 (KUNA) — European Council President Donald Tusk said Tuesday terrorism could not be accepted as just a regular thing, but would continue fighting this menace.
“It is not about how frequent it happens, we will always fight it,” Tusk told a joint news conference with Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu.
He voiced solidarity following the terrorist attack in Ankara on Sunday night that killed 37 people and wounded many others.
Ankara was a scene of three terror explosions, the last was Sunday, killing 196 people.
Asked about the EU-Turkey refugee summit, due on Thursday and Friday, Tusk said the summiteers would consider ways of making the Turkish proposals over the refugees applicable and in compliance with the EU and international laws.
Davutoglu said the Turkish proposal was humane in nature and aimed at preventing further deaths in the sea as well as eliminating illegal immigration channels. (end)