Czech President Milos Zeman The Czech Republic on Tuesday alleged Turkey was “blackmailing” the EU with demands for extra cash to curb the flow of refugees and migrants to member state Greece. Under a deal clinched in November, the EU has already pledged three billion euros ($3.3 billion) to aid refugees on Turkish territory in return for Ankara’s cooperation in tackling the worst refugee crisis in Europe since World War II. But European Parliament head Martin Schulz said last week that Ankara wanted an extra three billion euros. “The EU’s original proposal to Turkey was for three billion euros, now Turkey is asking six billion euros and there is talk… of about up to 20 billion…