President Erdogan wants information membership to the EU from the Brussels elite like Jean Claude
The controversial one-for-one migrant deal looks set to collapse as Brussels accuses Ankara of failing to stop migrants crossing to Europe.
President Erdogan blasted backing telling the bloc it has never met its side of the bargain, under which Turkey was paid £4bn to take back all migrants landing in Europe.
Ankara says the funds were not received.
Relations took a battering when a German-Turkish journalist was detained leading to Erdogan rallies in Rotterdam and Germany being cancelled and ministers asked to leave.
Erdogan accused Chancellor Merkel's country of 'Nazi-ism'.
TWO DEAD as bomb rips through Izmir, Turkey wounding 10 people
Thu, January 5, 2017
A car bomb exploded outside a courthouse in the western Turkish city of Izmir, wounding at least 10 people and sparking clashes in which at least two "terrorists" were killed, officials and reports said.Several ambulances were rushed to the scene after the blast outside the prosecutors and judges' entrance to the court in the usually peaceful city on the Aegean Sea,
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Cars burn in the street at the site of an explosion in front of the courthouse in Izmir on January 5, 2017.
Turkey is not their scapegoat, everyone will know its place
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan
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Now, President Erdogan has said he wants to check on relations with the EU – and find out how much longer he will be kept waiting to become a member.
Erdogan told TRT the European Union had left Turkey waiting for an unreasonable time.
He said: "Turkey is not their scapegoat, everyone will know its place."
As part of the migrant deal Turkey was offered visa free travel arrangements for its citizens into Europe.
However, the promise is yet to be fulfilled.
Mevlüt Cavusoglu Turkey's Foreign Minister has said Turkey would push ahead with the negotiations on visa liberalisation for its citizens in the EU.
Turkey is getting ready to vote on new powers for President Recep Tayyip Erdogan
On Sunday, 55.3 million Turkish voters will cast a ballot on whether or not President Erdogan should be given extra powers.
Erdogan is confident that the yes vote will win the referendum – and those who campaign against him say a yes vote means supporting a dictatorship or "one man regime".
According to some surveys, approval is less than 55 per cent, others say it's between 55 and 60 per cent.
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan will become a 'one man regime' if people vote yes – critics say
It is expected 2.9 million Turks eligible to vote have been registered.
At an event held on Friday in central Anatolia, Erdogan criticised the election observers of the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) and their interim report.
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan wants to increase his powers amid fear from the EU
In the report, the election observers noted "the supporters of the 'no' campaign are confronted with campaign bans, police interventions and violent brawls."
Erdogan said to the OSCE: "Know your limits."
He said: "You can not submit such a report.
"But whether you submit it or not, on Sunday evening, with God's help, the people will do what is necessary by voting 'yes'."