土耳其的公平待遇

土耳其好像收到了欧盟委员会的最后通牒,那就是在一个月内向来自塞浦路斯的船只开放港口,否则,就有暂停目前正在进行的入盟谈判的危险。与此同时,委员会有关土耳其入盟进展的最新报告说明,政治改革已经放慢,从而进一步质疑该国未来加入欧盟的可能性。

欧盟理事会将在下月研究欧盟委员会的进展报告。在这一会议中,欧洲领导人应当向他们自己提出下面的问题:在塞浦路斯问题上,欧盟是否公平对待土耳其?欧盟是否一如既往地支持土耳其的政治改革?在土耳其的问题上,欧盟的长久利益是什么?

如果前两个问题的答案正如我所相信的那样是否定的话,那么,第三个问题就极为重要。

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