Two high-level officials told Reuters that the NATO talks between Turkey, Sweden and Finland were not a targeted record and a new meeting date was set.
The Turkish team had found the Swedish and Finnish delegations in Ankara on Wednesday regarding their application to NATO.
A senior Turkish official told Reuters on Friday that Sweden and Finland’ “hard” practices should be discarded in order to follow Turkey, from “Hard” to “Hard”. . .
Another official, who was informed about the talks, about the meeting in Madrid on 29-30 June, determined that NATO was determined by information about the date for the meeting, and that Turkey, who was informed about the date for a meeting, did not object to the two themselves. He stated that he specified a date for a meeting with a high level of interest.
The official added that they had a bilateral meeting about the sincerity of the meeting and about himself.
The Swedish and Finnish delegations met under the chairmanship of Presidential Spokesperson İbrahim Kalın and Deputy Foreign Minister Sedat Önal.
After Turkey’s meeting, the bold said, “Unless Turkey’s security concerns are resolved, we are the ones who will continue without our expectations for these expectations.”
Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu also talked about the screening on Friday, telling Turkey’s implementation from Sweden and Finland.
Finland and Sweden applied for municipality for the week NATO to enlarge their cities for Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
In order for these countries to join NATO, all 30 members must approve the application.
Turkey’s two countries will oppose “Turkey’s fight against terrorism and your participation in a demonstration attended by everyone from the support YPG.