(zaman) - State Minister and Turkey's top EU negotiator Ali Babacan said that Turkey's membership to the European Union would be different from that of the other EU members in economic terms, reports Trend.
When Turkey becomes an EU member, it will be the sixth-largest economy in Europe, he noted.
Babacan evaluated Turkey's relations with the European Union and recent economic developments in a broadcast on ATV.
The minister stressed that Turkey's membership would be different from that of the other EU members economically, demographically, culturally, politically, geographically and socially.
Turkey will be the largest country in terms of its population and geographical location when it becomes an EU member, added Babacan.