Firstly, Turkey strives to achieve all the conditions for EU membership by 2023 and to become an influential Member State. Second, it will continue its regional integration efforts in the form of security and economic cooperation. Third, it will attempt to play an influential role in resolving regional conflicts. Fourth, it will participate forcefully in all global arenas. Fifth, it will play a crucial role in international organizations and become one of the world`s ten largest economies. To achieve this, Turkey must make progress in all directions and in all areas, address all issues related to global stability and make an appropriate contribution.  In April 2012, Candu Energy signed an agreement with EUAS to build a 3000 MWe facility in Sinop. In March 2013, the Minister of Energy stated that they had withdrawn from the process. Turkey ratified the NPT in 1979 and has had a safeguard agreement that came into force with the IAEA since 1981, and the additional protocol to its safeguard agreement has been in force since 2001. In November 2014, EUAS signed an agreement with the American Nuclear Technology Corporation (SNPTC) of China and Westinghouse to begin exclusive negotiations for the construction and construction of a four-unit nuclear power plant in Turkey. No location was indicated. In addition to the passive technology of Westinghouse`s reactors – two AP1000s and two CAP1400s – the agreement also covers all lifecycle activities, including operations, nuclear fuel, maintenance, engineering, facility services and dismantling. SNPTC was the agent that introduced Westinghouse`s AP1000 technology in China and developed it until CAP1400.
Four AP1000 units are in service in China and two are under construction in the United States. The first two CAP1400 units are under construction in Chinese Shidaowan. The NATIONAL Renewable Energy Action Plan drawn up by the ETKB aims to increase the share of renewable energy in the energy mix to 30% by 2023 and to add 61 GWe to ensure the security of energy supply and reduce CO2 emissions. This means adding 34 GWe hydroelectric, 20 GWe wind, 5 GWe Solar, 1 GWe geothermia and 1 GWe biomass capacity. The plan is supported by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD). No agreement is reached with the Turks on the future regime of justice for foreigners in their country. Finally, the Turkish insistence that the Greeks paid Turkey reparations for the damage caused by the war in Izmir almost led to a revival of Turkish-Greek hostilities.  On 24 April, the Greek delegation threatened to leave the conference on Saturday 26th if the Turks did not accept the Greek karaa offer to replace the reparations.
Mustafa Kemal intervened and his government agreed that smet Karaaga could accept reparations if this was related to a favourable settlement of the remaining issues.