The accession of Bulgaria and Romania to the Schengen Area has practically been delayed indefinitely, and the earliest date the two Balkan countries can hope to join is October, a report of Die Welt says.
The German paper points out a statement of Hungary's Interior Minister Sandor Pinter before a committee of the European Parliament in Brussels made Tuesday saying Bulgaria's failure to institute a sufficiently strict border control will prevent the accession of the two states to Schengen by the original deadline of March 2011.
The Schengen zone expansion must be approved unanimously by the European Council. Hungary, which currently holds the EU presidency, wants to promote an early accession to the Schengen countries, Die Welt says....
Bulgaria's close and overlapping, even ever growing ties with Turkey, have made or making plenty of Turkish businesses full members of the EU. The same like in Germany, France, the Netherlands or Austria for instance. Indeed Turkey is already for plenty of years, very long ago a member and beneficiary of the EU.....
So vulgar language will not stop Bulgaria from entering Schengen. How ever Turkey will definitely not be a part of it until formal accession to the club.
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