A Turkish official has said changing the country's anti-terror laws would pose a threat to its national security.
The European Union wants Turkey to amend its anti-terror laws in order for its citizens to gain visa-free travel to Europe.
The initiative is part of a wider deal, signed last year, that is hoped would stem the flow of refugees and illegal migrants into Europe from Turkey.
However Turkey's EU minister, Omer Celik, reiterated Ankara's position that Brussels should not expect them to change their stance.
Bullet marks on tables, punctured cushions and a single high-heeled shoe are left as testaments to the New Year massacre at the Reina club.
At least 39 people were killed when a gunman opened fire on a nightclub where more than 500 revellers were celebrating the New Year.