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European Commission: ready to resume dialogue with Turkey

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Post by rocky Fri 19 Jan 2018, 1:59 am

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A spokesman for the European Commission Magarits Shinas, the Union is ready to resume dialogue with Turkey, stressing the interest of Brussels and Ankara to maintain a partnership and close cooperation relations.
"We have already thought about this possibility, but I can not confirm it now," he said.
Although the EU maintains a multi-faceted partnership and relations with Turkey, Brussels does not want to go ahead with stalled partnership negotiations for years, because of what it sees as a swift departure from European values.
But the EU has not completely closed its doors to Ankara, and Brussels is still ready to help the Turks get closer and closer to the Union with its value and principles. "Of course, there can be no progress as long as activists and journalists are in custody," Shinas said.
The European Commission is due to issue reports on progress made by candidate countries, including Turkey, later this year.
The European Union also intends to hold a Balkan summit on 17 May in Sofia, where Bulgaria will chair the current session of the united bloc.
Bulgaria maintains the need to maintain "good" relations with Turkey, especially in the field of immigration. The March 18, 2016 agreement contributed to the reduction of the number of immigrants coming to the EU.
Turkey is still officially considered a candidate for membership of the European Union and therefore continues to benefit from the European funds earmarked for this purpose, despite the fact that everyone is aware that joining the united ranks now seems almost impossible. C




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