The bloc also promised to accelerate the Turkish EU accession and introduce visa-free regime once Turkey meets the 72 conditions set by the bloc. Ankara has not fulfilled the five conditions that relate to data protection and anti-terror laws so far.
"Work is ongoing on all the agreements we have already started to work on in the last month in a constructive way. We have seen today a reaffirmation from the Turkish side to stick to the agreements we had, on particular on the management of the refugee flows, and from our side, on the visa liberalization, which is a separate issue," she told reporters.
In August, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu warned that Ankara would scrap the EU-Turkey migrant deal if Turkish nationals were not granted visa-free access to the European Union's borderless Schengen area by mid-October.