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INTERVIEW WITH EUROPOLITICS

The interview with IKV Secretary General Çiğdem Nas and IKV Deputy Secretary General Melih Özsöz made by Europolitcs was published on its 22nd October issue.


IKV PRESS RELEASE: FIRST PROGRESS REPORT ON VISA LIBERALISATION ROADMAP FOR TURKISH CITIZENS IS PUBLISHED BY THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION

The European Commission published first report on progress by Turkey in fulfilling the requirements of its visa liberalisation roadmap on 20 October 2014. Publication of first report represents the first critical juncture in visa liberalisation dialogue for Turkish citizens which became official with the signing of Readmission Agreement between Turkey and EU on 16 December 2013.  


WHY COMMISSION’S 17TH PROGRESS REPORT FOR TURKEY IS DIFFERENT FROM THE PREVIOUS REPORT?

The European Commission published 2014 Progress Report for Turkey on 8 October 2014. Together with 80 pages long latest Progress Report, European Commission has published 1786 pages assessing the developments in Turkey for accession to the EU since the first Report in 1998. In other words, European Commission has published Progress Reports for Turkey for more than 6.5 times as Lisbon Treaty when the page length is taken into account.


IKV ORGANIZED A SEMINAR ON TURKEY-EU RELATIONS IN ROME

IKV organized on the 1st October 2014a seminar entitled “Turkey-EU Relations: The Way Forward” in Rome, Italy which is currently holding the Presidency of the Council of the EU. This seminar was organized under the framework of the Project “Presidency of the Council of the EU and Turkey-EU Relations” and in cooperation with Istituto Affari Internazionali (IAI). 


IKV’S EVALUATION REGARDING EUROPEAN COMMISSION’S 2014 TURKEY PROGRESS REPORT

The European Commission published 2014 Turkey Progress Report on the 8th October 2014. In general, 2014 Turkey Progress Report reflects the latest developments in Turkey through a balanced and moderate approach. 


EU-TURKEY READMISSION AGREEMENT ENTERED INTO FORCE

The EU-Turkey Readmission Agreement, signed on 16th December 2013, came into force on 1st October 2014. It marks an important step towards a visa liberalisation with Turkey, since the Agreement is part of the Roadmap for a visa-free regime. 


IPA II: OVER €11 BILLION TO SUPPORT REFORM EFFORTS IN ENLARGEMENT COUNTRIES

The European Commission has unveiled details of how the EU will support reform efforts in the Western Balkans and Turkey for the next 7 years. The funding, agreed by the EU last year, totals €11 billion and will be available through the new Instrument for Pre-accession Assistance (IPA II).


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