Turkey's EU membership 'unquestionable' - Polish premier
Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk said on Wednesday that Turkey's EU membership was "unquestionable" for Poland, Anadolu Agency reported.
Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Tusk had a tete-a-tete meeting, chaired meetings between delegations of the two countries and held a press conference in Ankara.
Tusk said that they took up bilateral relations and infrastructure projects in the meeting.
Tusk said Poland was eager to fulfill big infrastructure projects in the next 10 years, stating that a Turkish company assumed the project on the second underground line to be constructed in Warsaw.
Turkish and Polish authorities will hold talks on changing visa procedure between the two countries and Polish authorities would work on facilitating the procedure, he said. Tusk said that European authorities should act in a more sensitive way in regard to the matter.
Poland appreciated Turkey's efforts in the international community and Turkey was an important ally in Afghanistan, he said.
Replying to a question on the Cyprus issue, Tusk said that parties could find a solution, if they saw that no one was 100 percent right on the matter.
Answering a question on the Armenian issue, Tusk said that mutual respect was highly important in such issues.
After the press conference, Erdogan hosted a dinner in honor of Tusk at his residence.