Morten Messerschmidt: the role of Turkey and the European Union

Morten Messerschmidt: the role of Turkey and the European Union


what do you think about the situation of Turkey that was told us today? I think it’s greately disturbing what’shappening
in Turkey right now that Turkey is served moving
closer and closer to the more radical parts of the Middle East we’ve seen that Erdogan the
previous prime minister now president of Turkey is trying to build strong links with Iran and other
Islamist regimes in the Middle East that’s not what we need, we need to be I think strong
and firm against Turkey making out how to make some say that if that’s the path the Turkey has chosen
then we need to change our policies towards the counrty Do you think the situation in Yemen could
somehow influence this theatre? I think
the entire situation in the… in the Middle East is interlinked
and especially now that we see radical
Islamist groups militarily and politically in many ways taking power around in the middle
east we need to have a clear answer from Turkey whether they are with
us or whether they are against us Do you think that, connected to the
situation of the “disunion” of the European Union the problem of Turkey could lead to a bigger division inside the European Union? As it was mentioned by one of the speakers a big problem is that
the European Union is not there. The European Union has become so big,
so bureaucratic that it has stopped focusing on where it
could actually mean a change. that could be diminishing our our dependency on Middle
East oil it could be in the fighting terrorism and so on. I think that the
European Union as such has let the european people down trying to
focus on solving every problem in the world instead of
focusing on the real big issues

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