Croatian foreign minister: not in the interest of EU to suspend talks with Turkey

By REUTERS
November 25, 2016 13:59

 
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LJUBLJANA,  - The European Union should not suspend its talks with Turkey, Croatian Foreign Minister Davor Ivo Stier said on Friday during a visit to Slovenia.

"It is not in the interest of the European Union, Croatia or Slovenia to suspend talks with Turkey ... we need a balance standpoint towards Ankara," Stier told a news conference, without elaborating.

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