The Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutğlu visited Finland on Wednesday, Helsingin Sanomat writes. He said that the claims that Turkey has sent refugees back to Syria are not correct. The Prime Minister praised Finland for helping to advance Turkey’s EU membership negotiations. Finland’s Prime Minister Juha Sipilä, then again, reminded that Turkey must make reforms that guarantee, for example, freedom of speech. PM Davutoğlu was convinced that Turkey will fulfill all the requirements to become an EU member state. He added that Turkey is committed to European values. The PM wants to improve the already good relations between Finland and Turkey and to multiply trade between them.
Media: Helsingin Sanomat
Journalist: Petteri Tuohinen
Main source: Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutğlu