Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said that Turkey has its own line on NATO.

Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov, speaking of Turkey’s desire to approve Finland’s NATO membership, said: “Turkey has its own line on NATO.”

Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov answered journalists’ questions about the agenda. Peskov also referred to a meeting between Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and Russian President Vladimir Putin at the Kremlin Palace and said that Assad and Putin also discussed the normalization of Syrian-Turkish relations at that meeting. Stating that during the meeting the leaders paid special attention to this issue, Peskov said: “Military-technical relations and contacts at the ministerial level were discussed. In addition, the issue of normalization of Turkish-Syrian relations was raised.

Asked if a trilateral meeting between Russian President Vladimir Putin, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Syrian President Bashar al-Assad is planned, Peskov said: “In order for such a meeting to take place, the working groups need to make a series of contacts that are currently underway. This work will continue,” he said.

Criticizing the readiness of Finland and Sweden to join NATO and arguing that they do not pose a threat to these two countries, Peskov said: “We have expressed regret many times that Finland and Sweden are inclined to join the Alliance. We have repeatedly said that Russia does not pose a threat to these countries, moreover, we have no conflicts with these countries and that these countries have never sought to be anti-Russian. They posed no threat to us and there was no threat to them from us.

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