The foreign Ministers of countries-EU members gathered in Brussels today to resume negotiations on joining of Turkey to the European Alliance in the framework of efforts to resolve swept Europe’s migration crisis.
About it writes on Monday, December 14, the news Agency Reuters.
Mehmet Simsek, the Deputy Prime Minister of Turkey, said during a press conference about the beginning of a new phase in relations with EU, and expressed hope for early progress in the harmonization of economic policy, Ankara and Brussels, noting that he sees on the way of serious obstacles.
Arles the Désire, Minister for European Affairs in the French government expects that Turkey will immediately begin to implement reforms that will contribute to the modernization of society and the economy.
The current phase of the negotiations will concern the monetary policy of Turkey – amid mistrust of investors, who fear the abolition of the independence of the Central Bank of that country.
Recall that in may this year, the Finance Ministers of the EU member States expressed their discontent with the policies of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan Taipa who insisted on the lowering of interest rates.