Turkey's EU Minister Egemen Bagis said that Turkish state was the most reformist state in Europe.
Turkey's determination to make reforms and rise standards of its citizens was continuing with a strong will, added Bagis who spoke at a meeting on Tuesday.
Noting that Turkish Parliament was working almost 24 hours a day without any break to adopt reforms, Bagis said that the third judicial reform package was accepted at Turkish Parliament on Monday.
Each article of this package brings Turkey a step closer to EU standards, said Bagis, adding that Turkey, during EU membership process, was becoming a more democratic, transparent, prosper and respectful country each day.
Regarding Cyprus issue, Bagis said that Greek Cypriot administration undertook the rotating presidency of the EU as of July 1, and Turkey would not be affected by this.
We will continue to adopt our reforms within this six-month period, added Bagis.