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Inquiry Status: The Foreign Affairs Committee has concluded its inquiry into UK-Turkey relations and Turkey's regional role. The Committee's Report and the Government's response have been published.
The Committee's Report on UK-Turkey Relations and Turkey's Regional Role (PDF 2.22 MB) was published on Wednesday 4 April 2012 as the Committee’s Twelfth Report of Session 2010-12, HC 1567.
Letter dated 24 May 2012 from H.E. Mr Űnal Çeviköz, Turkish Ambassador to London, commenting on the Committee's Report ( PDF 340 KB)
The Foreign and Commonwealth Office has published its Response to the Committee’s Twelfth Report of Session 2010-12: UK-Turkey relations and Turkey’s regional role. The response is available on the FCO website: http://www.fco.gov.uk/resources/en/pdf/7179755/2012-jun-uk-turkey-relations (PDF 4.25 MB)
MPs back Turkey's EU membership but human rights remain a problem
Minister to give evidence to Foreign Affairs Committee
Foreign Affairs Committee to take further evidence on UK-Turkey relations and Turkey's regional role
Foreign Affairs Committee to take oral evidence on UK-Turkey Relations and Turkey's Regional Role
The Foreign Affairs Committee has announced a new inquiry into UK-Turkey Relations and Turkey's Regional Role