British PM Cameron backs Turkey's EU bid.

By bne IntelliNews July 28, 2010
British PM David Cameron criticises the opponents of Turkey's membership in the EU and the slow pace of the accession talks. Cameron said he came to Turkey to show his support for Turkey. The British PM had a meeting with PM Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Ankara on Jul 27. The two discussed the bilateral and regional issued as well as Turkey's EU bid. Cameron says his view is clear; it is wrong to say that Turkey can guard the camp but it is allowed to sit in the tent. PM Erdogan and his British counterpart signed a strategic partnership document.

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