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Sweden-Finland want NATO membership, then two conditions have to be fulfilled! What does Turkey want from both the countries?


Ankara : Tension is rising for Russia, which is fighting a fierce war in Ukraine. European countries Finland and Sweden are also going to join NATO. Despite being a member of NATO, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said that he does not favor Sweden and Finland joining NATO. But the US and the Western military alliance NATO are confident that Turkey will not oppose the NATO membership of the two European countries. Turkey made its demands on the sidelines of a meeting of NATO foreign ministers in Berlin on Sunday.

Turkey said it wanted the two Nordic countries to end their support for the Kurdish community in their region, Al Jazeera reported. Also remove the ban on the sale of certain weapons to Turkey. Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Kavusoglu said his talks with Swedish and Finnish counterparts in Berlin had been helpful. To address Turkey’s concerns, both countries have given their suggestions which will be considered.
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Provided evidence of being ‘terrorists’ in the Nordic countries
Cavusoglu said he had provided evidence of the presence of “terrorists” in the area. Referring to Sweden, he said the Kurdish group Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK), which has been banned as a “terrorist” by the US and the European Union, held meetings in Stockholm recently. However, he said Turkey did not oppose the coalition’s policy that the doors of the alliance are open to all European countries who wish to join.

NATO does not want to delay membership
NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said that we are confident that we will be able to address all the concerns expressed by Turkey as soon as possible so that membership is not delayed. US Secretary of State Antony Blinken declined to give further details about the behind-closed-door talks on the issue in Berlin. He said that I am sure that we will soon reach a consensus. Blinken said that NATO is a forum for dialogue.

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