Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Over 60% of Germans Support End of Turkey-EU Accession Talks : Pol

According to results of the poll conducted by the Insa research institute for the German Bild newspaper, 64.2 percent of respondents approved of halting the accession negotiations, while 11.9 percent were in support of resuming the talks. The remainder of those polled abstained from answering.

The relations between Berlin and Ankara deteriorated after Turkish-German journalist Deniz Yucel was arrested in Istanbul in February on charges of participation in a terror organization, misuse of data, and terrorism propaganda.

The situation was aggravated when, in early March, Turkish Justice Minister Bekir Bozdag was barred from speaking to Germany's local Turkish community ahead of the Turkish referendum on constitutional amendments.

The move prompted strong criticism from Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who compared Berlin to Nazi authorities.

Turkey, along with Albania, FYROM*, Serbia, and Montenegro, is currently a candidate for EU membership. The country's eligibility for candidacy was declared in 1997.
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