Turkey will continue reforms to become a member of the EU, Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyib Erdogan said at a meeting of the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) today, CNN Turk reported.
"We will continue to make reforms to enter the EU," Erdogan said.
Turkey does not want to become a burden for the EU while entering the organization, but rather work to solve its problems, Erdogan he added.
EU-Turkey relations and cooperation began with the signing of a treaty in Ankara in 1964.
Although EU-Turkey relations cooled after the signing of the treaty, the contract maintained has its status. The growing relations between the EU and Turkey in recent years are a historic moment in the ties between the two sides.