BRUSSELS - EU president Donald Tusk wants to talk to President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on the relationship between the EU and Turkey at the end of May. Erdogan is then for the NATO summit in Brussels.
That said Chancellor Angela Merkel on Saturday after the EU summit on Brussels brexit. Merkel wants the EU to discuss how the union should deal with Ankara. The candidate member is becoming increasingly dependent on European values. The EU is deeply concerned about democracy and human rights in Turkey.
Negotiations on accession from the country to the EU have actually been silent for a while, but almost all Member States do not want to formally end them. Merkel also wants to open the dialogue with Turkey. On Friday, German Minister Sigmar Gabriel (Foreign Affairs) said that the suspension would be a bad signal and Turkey would push 'towards Russia'.