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8 Apr 2015 - 9 Apr 2015

34th meeting of the EU-Turkey Joint Consultative Committee

Belgium, Brussels, Belgium

The 34th meeting of the EU-Turkey Joint Consultative Committee (JCC) is organized in Brussels on 8-9 April 2015. Established in 1995, this joint body has contributed to enrich the dialogue among EU and Turkish civil society organisations.

Mr José María Zufiaur, President of the Section for External Relations of the European Economic and Social Committee, is attending the meeting together with Mr Volkan Bozkır, Turkish Minister for European Affairs.

Discussions will be held on the EU-Turkey cooperation on youth, visa liberalization, the Economic and Social Council of Turkey, EU Communication Strategy and National Action Plan of the Government of Turkey,  the situation of fundamental rights.

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    2015 will be a pivotal year for development cooperation, in the EU and beyond. It is the year by which progress made to achieve the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) is to be evaluated. It will also be the year in which a new, UN-led global strategy and new Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) for the decade to come are to be defined and negotiated.

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    Brussels, Belgium, Belgium

    The 34th meeting of the EU-Turkey Joint Consultative Committee (JCC) is organized in Brussels on 8-9 April 2015. Established in 1995, this joint body has contributed to enrich the dialogue among EU and Turkish civil society organisations.

    Mr José María Zufiaur, President of the Section for External Relations of the European Economic and Social Committee, is attending the meeting together with Mr Volkan Bozkır, Turkish Minister for European Affairs.

    Discussions will be held on the EU-Turkey cooperation on youth, visa liberalization, the Economic and Social Council of Turkey, EU Communication Strategy and National Action Plan of the Government of Turkey,  the situation of fundamental rights.