In Sweden, a statement was made regarding a demonstration against the president of the PKK terrorist organization, Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

The demonstration of a terrorist organization against President Erdogan in Sweden increased tension on the Ankara-Stocholm line. At the request of Erdogan’s lawyers, an investigation was launched against the protesters. Swedish Prime Minister Kristersson called the demonstration “sabotage” against his country’s bid for NATO membership.

Swedish Prime Minister Ulf Kristersson for provoking supporters of the terrorist organization PKK / YPG in front of the city hall in the capital Stockholm: “This incident is a sabotage for the membership of Sweden and Finland in NATO.” gave his assessment.

Kristersson met with Ursula von der Leyen, President of the Commission of the European Union (EU), in Kiruna, Sweden. The meeting was followed by a joint press conference.

The Swedish Prime Minister once again described the provocation by PKK/YPG supporters as “disgusting” and said: “Every country thinks that exhibiting an event representing the execution of a foreign leader is disgusting. It should be noted that this was an unacceptable event, especially considering that two of our prominent politicians were killed. This incident is a sabotage of Sweden and Finland’s NATO membership.” used phrases.

Regarding the cancellation of the visit scheduled for January 17 by the speaker of the Turkish Grand National Assembly Mustafa Sentop and the speaker of the Swedish Parliament Andreas Norlen, Kristersson expressed the hope that this visit would take place as soon as possible. possible.

On the other hand, the Prime Minister of Sweden stressed that support for Ukraine would continue during his country’s EU presidency.

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