BRUSSELS – A summit meeting between Turkey and the EU on Monday in Bulgaria, intended for the relationship to thaw, threatens his goal are going to miss. Ankara is angry because the 28 EU leaders, country focus have been criticized.
Recep Tayyip Erdogan, and Jean-Claude Juncker on archive view.
President Recep Erdogan will meet EU president Donald Tusk and European commission President Jean-Claude Juncker in the city of Varna on the Black Sea. But “by an accumulation of probleemdossiers” is not a piece of cake, says Juncker.
The EU leaders have Turkey at their summit in Brussels condemned because of illegal marine activities in the waters of EU member Cyprus. The Turks prevent the gas wells at the island and the EU leaders demands that Ankara thus stops. They also have “serious concerns about the ongoing detention of EU citizens in Turkey, including two Greek soldiers.”
The ministry of Foreign Affairs accuses the EU of “unacceptable remarks” and threatened that “of course no constructive results.”
According to Tusk are also other sensitive issues, such as the Turkish actions in Syria.