Association Agreement Eg-Turkey

The conditions for the implementation of the provisions of this agreement in other areas in these areas will be set at a later date, by mutual agreement between the parties. 2. This step is no more than twelve years, subject to derogations that are made by mutual agreement. Exceptions must not impede the final creation of the customs union within a reasonable period of time. The aim of the Association Agreement is to strengthen economic and trade relations between Turkey and the current EU, while gradually strengthening the free movement of workers between the contracting parties. 1. Four years after the conclusion of this agreement, the Association Council is considering whether, taking into account Turkey`s economic situation, it can define, in the form of an additional protocol, the provisions relating to the conditions, detailed rules and timetables for the implementation of the transition period under Article 4 of the agreement. The relationship is long; The first ambassador of the Netherlands arrived in Constantinople (now Istanbul) in 1612. Cornelis Haga, a 34-year-old lawyer and diplomat, was travelling in a horse-drawn carriage with three merchant-born, eight servants and a cook. He negotiated a trade agreement with Sultan Ahmed of the blue mosque fame. Since then, cultural and commercial relations have been carefully maintained - for more than 400 years (by Marc Guillet). Many Dutch entrepreneurs have businesses in Turkey and vice versa.

It is therefore not surprising that migrants from Turkey and Turkish professionals want to pursue their careers in the Netherlands. At present, Turkey is not a member of the EU (EU accession negotiations are ongoing) and Turkish citizens are not entitled to the free movement of citizens. However, they have a more favourable status. The special rights of Turkish nationals and their family members to remain in Denmark are provided for in the agreement of 12 September 1963 establishing an association between the EEC and Turkey (association agreement), the additional protocol of 23 September 1963. Applications for funding from Turkish companies are not accepted without the agreement of the Turkish government. The parties agree to develop a consultation procedure to ensure the coordination of their trade policies towards third countries and mutual respect for their interests in this area, particularly in the event of the subsequent accession of third countries to the Community or association with the Community. Turkey first applied for membership of the European Economic Community (EEC) in July 1959, with the EEC established in 1958.

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