"Signing the agreement will cost Turkey at least 30-35 billion Euro. The Europeans tell us not to establish factories, but to be in an economic environment to sign we would have to", said Pepe when quizzed on the subject. Pepe went on to say that there were many other points of interest surrounding the agreement.
Two days ago, an international convention, which aroused profound reactions in the world, entered into effect, The Kyoto Convention. At this historical convention 140 countries signed the agreement pledging their loyalty to looking after the environment, However, Turkey didn't but then neither did the U.S.