- DIRECTORATE FOR EU AFFAIRSStructure
- Deputy Minister Of Foreign Affairs And Director For Eu Affairs Ambassador Mehmet Kemal BOZAY
- Deputy Permanent Delegate of Türkiye to the European Union
- Organigramme of Directorate for EU Affairs
- Affiliated and Related Organizations
- Related Legislation
- TÜRKİYE-EU RELATIONS
- History of Türkiye- EU Relations
- Main Documents
- Accession Partnership Documents
- National Programmes for the Adoption of the Acquis (NPAA)
- Türkiye Reports Prepared by the European Commission
- Enlargement Strategy Papers
- Türkiye’s National Action Plan for the EU Accession
- Türkiye’s National Action Plan for the EU Accession (2021-2023)
- Association Council Decisions
- Documents on Türkiye-EU Summits
- Institutional Structure
- Customs Union
- Türkiye- EU High Level Dialogue Meetings
- The Sub-Committee No.4 on Economic and Monetary Issues, Capital Movements and Statistics Was Held
- The Sub-Committee No.7 on Regional Development, Employment and Social Policy Was Held
- The Sub-Committee No.3 on Trade, Industry and ECSC Products was held in Ankara
- The Sub-Committee No.5 on Innovation was held in Ankara
- Call for Proposals
- Social Medias
- CONTACTContact Us
Türkiye’s cooperation with EU is enhanced within the framework of 2021-2027 EU Programmes Customs Programme Association Agreement was signed on 15 November 2022
Association agreement enabling Türkiye's participation in the Customs Programme was signed on November 15, 2022 by Ambassador Faruk Kaymakcı, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs and Director for EU Affairs of Türkiye, and Gerassimos Thomas Director General for Taxation and Customs Union of the European Commission (TG TAXUD).
The Customs Programme supports the development and operation of the central IT systems for customs in the Union, and associated countries and the essential cooperation between customs authorities across the participating countries.
The programme helps customs administrations in EU Member States and associated countries to deal with increasing trade flows and emerging trends and technologies, such as e-commerce and blockchain.
It also provides for better response to security threats and contributes to the financial and economic interests of the EU, its Members States and associate countries.
For the period 2021-2027, the programme has a budget of €950 million.
In Türkiye the program is implemented by the Ministry of Trade: https://ticaret.gov.tr/
For further information please visit: https://taxation-customs.ec.europa.eu/eu-funding-customs-and-tax/customs-programme_en
Director General for Relations with the European Union Elif Kurşunlu attended the Closing Session of the Bruxircle 2023 Program
Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs and Director for EU Affairs Ambassador Mehmet Kemal Bozay participated in the High Level Segment of the 52nd Session of the United Nations Human Rights Council