BRUSSELS – Donald Tusk and Jean-Claude Juncker, the Turkish president Recep Erdogan, a day after his re-election, a letter of three lines sent.
Recep Erdogan (l) and Donald Tusk (r).
The presidents of the European Council and the European Commission to write “forward to see closely with him to continue to work together on areas of common interest for the relations between Turkey and the EU, such as security, migration and energy. Turkey is a candidate country and a sleutelpartner for the European Union.”
Erdogan, who is already an authoritarian course that, gets significantly more power in his new term. Europe is dependent on him because of the arrangements made for the care of (Syrian) refugees. Many members of the European Parliament and the Second Chamber argue that the accession negotiations must be formally terminated.
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