Tuesday, 3 August 2010

Turkey, Syria, Jordan and Lebanon to form Free Trade Zone

The Syrian Economic and Trade Ministry has announced that Syria, Turkey, Lebanon and Jordan are to form a free trade zone.

Have the Eurocrats taken note of this? Or the visa-free travel arrangements that Turkey has already established with other Middle Eastern countries? Did the Turks consult with the EU before doing this?

Extending free trade and free movement privileges to Turkey now means de facto extending them to virtually the entire Middle East.

1 comment:

  1. How moronic that you assume Europe has the right to interfere with what Turkey can and cannot do.

    Have you not been crying about the so called Turkish interference in EU member nations? Why is Europe allowed to have double standards.

    Until Europe accepts Turkey as a EU member then they have no right what Turkey can and cannot do.