Speaking after discussions with Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte, who is visiting Ankara, President Erdogan said that Ankara expects the EU to quickly open chapters on membership negotiations and start negotiations on a customs union. The Turkish president’s proposal comes as the situation in Ukraine puts Ankara back on the international stage as a mediator for the conflict between Russia and Ukraine.
Negotiations on Turkey’s accession to the common roof of 27 EU countries began in 2005, but have stalled in recent years due to tensions and disagreements between the two sides over the rule of law. and some other problems. However, President Erdogan has always insisted that the country remains committed to joining the EU. During a visit to Turkey last week, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz said he had seen “good signs” in Ankara’s new policies.
During the migrant crisis, the EU and Turkey in March 2016 agreed a “reciprocity” deal worth billions of euros, under which Turkey would take back migrants in exchange for jobs. Visa exemption for Turkish citizens in the EU. On March 24, EU leaders will meet for a summit in Brussels (Belgium) to discuss the war in Ukraine. A day later, NATO leaders will also meet for a summit on this issue.
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