ISTANBUL Turkey will keep on its financial relations with the European Union but will assessment all political and administrative ties, such as a offer to curb illegal migration, after an April referendum, President Tayyip Erdogan stated on Thursday.
In an interview with broadcaster CNN Turk, Erdogan stated everything “from A to Z” in Turkey’s relations with Europe would be reviewed after the April sixteen referendum on constitutional alterations that would lengthen his powers.
He stated European countries had been permitting gatherings for these campaigning for a “no” vote though banning Turkish officers from rallying “sure” supporters. He accused Germany of supporting terrorism and stated he experienced no designs to pay a visit to the nation before the referendum, contrary to some the latest media reviews.
(Reporting by Ece Toksabay Creating by Nick Tattersall)