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Merkel confirms: Turkey's dream will not come true!

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Merkel confirms: Turkey's dream will not come true! Empty Merkel confirms: Turkey's dream will not come true!

Post by rocky Mon 04 Sep 2017, 2:20 am

Merkel confirms: Turkey's dream will not come true!

Arabic and International   Monday, September 04 2017 



German Chancellor Angela Merkel said Turkey should never become a member of the European Union and has vowed to end its membership negotiations if it is re-elected.

Merkel, who was speaking during a televised debate with her main rival in the upcoming elections for the post of "chancellor" Socialist Socialist Martin Schultz, vowed that it would work to end Turkey's talks with the European Union.

She added that she would talk with her "colleagues" in order to reach a common position on this issue in order to put an end to the accession negotiations (Turkey to the Union).

There has yet to be a formal Turkish response to Merkel's new position, which warned of the consequences of that action on relations between Berlin and Ankara and the impact of the deterioration of potential relations on the fate of 12 Germans imprisoned in Germany.

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan last month described leaders of Germany's ruling party as "enemies of Turkey" and said they deserved to be rejected by German-Turkish voters in the forthcoming German elections.

"Principle issue"

The German Chancellor's latest remarks came after a pledge by her rival Schultz to end Turkey's dream of joining the European Union if he is elected as a new adviser to the country in the elections scheduled for September 24.

Turkish authorities arrested 12 Germans after the failed coup attempt last summer. Berlin says the arrests are politically motivated and demanded Ankara unconditionally release its nationals.

During the televised debate, Merkel said she did not intend to "break diplomatic relations with Turkey just because the country is campaigning" and that her position on Turkey was "a matter of principle."

"I'm not one of those who like to show (to voters) that they are tougher (in some cases) than other candidates," she said.

Merkel's party, the Christian Democratic Union (CDU), has long opposed Turkey's membership in the European Union, but Turkey began accession negotiations before Merkel's party came to power in 2005.

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