Turkey is ready to set a "positive agenda" with the European Union, including a long-term perspective, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Tuesday, underlining that the relations must get back on track.
SİA reports that this was reported by Turkish media.
"The EU admitting Turkey as a member would be an ontological choice for the union and would help bridge the gap left by the U.K.'s departure," Erdogan said during a meeting with EU ambassadors in the capital Ankara.
"By taking initiatives in the Middle East, particularly in Syria and Libya, Turkey contributes to the EU's security," Erdogan said, underlining Ankara's efforts for the refugees, as well as make way for peace in Libya.
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