Cameron: Turkey will not join the EU at any time soon

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“It is not remotely on the cards that Turkey is going to join the EU at any time soon,” British Prime Minister David Cameron said in a TV interview.

British Prime Minister, David Cameron, said that at the current rate of progress, Turkey would probably joining the EU in about the year 3000


Turkey is decades away from entering the European Union, British Prime Minister David Cameron said in BBC TV Show ITV on Sunday.

“It is not remotely on the cards that Turkey is going to join the EU at any time soon,” Cameron told ITV television. “They applied in 1987. At the current rate of progress, they'd probably get round to joining in about the year 3000,” the British PM added.

Cameron made the remarks about Turkey’s EU Membership to answer to the claim made by the proponents of Brexi...


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