The Turkish delegation will discuss the commitments made by Sweden and Finland to Turkey in connection with their membership in NATO.
A Turkish delegation is heading to Sweden to discuss the commitments made by Sweden and Finland regarding their membership in NATO.
The meetings will be attended by Presidential Spokesman Ibrahim Kalin and Deputy Foreign Minister Sedat Önal and will review steps taken and taken by Sweden and Finland.
The meeting will discuss topics such as the extradition of members of terrorist organizations, especially the PKK and FETO, and the restriction of the organization’s activities.
Last week, statements and photographs were projected at the Turkish embassy in Stockholm containing propaganda images of terrorist organizations. After the incident, the Swedish ambassador in Ankara was summoned to the Foreign Ministry to express Turkey’s reaction.
In addition, Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu had a telephone conversation with Finnish Foreign Minister Pekka Haavisto. The meeting discussed NATO expansion, recent developments in Ukraine and the grain agreement.
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