Despite 95 per cent of its land mass being in Asia, Turkey wants to join the European Union.
When the country first opened up formal proceedings to accede to the EU, they were backed by the UK’s Conservative Party.
So far, the EU has spent billions of Euros to bring this 98 per cent Muslim country into the fold.
Members of the European Parliament have just voted to suspendTurkey’s accession, but this is just more political theater ahead of the EU elections in May.
Gerolf Annemans, MEP, chimes in on the vote and President Erdoğan.