Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan accused Turkey's strategic partners of providing weapons to Kurdish militant groups in northern Syria, as he spoke at the EU-Turkey summit in the Bulgarian city of Varna on Tuesday. «Our goal here is to clear these terrorists from this area. The possibilities for these terrorists are unfortunately made up of weapons that our strategic partners have provided... Еще for them. We have all the information about them,» said Erdogan. «The measures and operations we take against terror will continue as necessary and will be concluded when the threats are eliminated. Dear respected pressers, Turkey and the European Union is in a long-term strategic partnership. It would be a mistake for a Europe that claims to be a global power to keep Turkey outside of expansion policies,» he added. Erdogan was speaking alongside Bulgarian President Boyko Borisov, President of European Council Donald Tusk, and President of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker.