Turkey continues its technical military partnership with the Russian Federation because of Ankara's will of upgrading its defence system and capabilities and make the country less dependent from NATO. The second Turkish purchase of the Russian S-400 might change the balance inside the North Atlantic Alliance and make Moscow and Ankara closer in the international arena.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan continues in his policy of exploiting migrants and refugees to checkmate the European Union denouncing the lack of political and material support for his very personal invasion of Syria. Due to the reopening of the Turkish borders with Greece, a huge number of refugees and migrants might come to Europe significantly affecting the current situation of the EU countries which are facing the problem of coronavirus.
The immigration system of Turkey is currently in a severe situation by more than 2.7 million Syrian refugees, who have entered the country since the beginning of 2011 with the outbreak of civil war in Syria. The EU-Turkey agreement of March comes in aid to both actors, but it needs to be explained under the implications and complications regarding the International (humanitarian) law.