Turkey asks Sweden to stop supporting Kurdish terrorists | News
In a phone conversation with Swedish Prime Minister Magdalena Andersson, Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan called for Stockholm to stop supporting Kurdish terrorist organizations.
Turkey does not support the entry of Sweden and Finland into NATO
Erdogan stated that Turkey has always fully supported the open-door policy of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), noting that solidarity is a core value within the alliance both in terms of security of member states and collective security. .
Stating that Turkey has long expressed its dissatisfaction with Stockholm’s contacts with individuals and suspected organizations under the control of the Kurdish terrorist organization, Erdogan pointed out that the presence and activities of the FETÖ terrorist organization in Sweden also continue.
��������Başkan Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, İsveç Başbakanı Magdalena Andersson ile bir telefon görüşmesi gerçekletirdi.
Görüşmede, iki ülke ilişkileri ve İsveç’in NATO’ya üyelik başvurusu ele alındı.
Erdoğan, İsveç’in terör örgütlerine yönelik desteğinin son bulması gerektiğini vurguladı pic.twitter.com/KQiFoMUDhi
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May 21, 2022
Erdogan stressed that Sweden’s political, financial and weapons support for Kurdish terrorist organizations must end.
The Turkish president expressed that they expect Sweden to take concrete and serious measures to show that it shares Turkey’s concerns regarding the Kurdish terrorist organization PKK and its extensions in Syria and Iraq.
The Turkish ruling party, Justice and Development (AKP), assured this Saturday that the country is at “a point of no return” and that “it will not back down” on its position against the incorporation of Sweden and Finland into NATO .
Western countries have asked Turkey not to veto the entry of the Nordic nations into the military alliance.
Sweden and Finland submitted their applications to join the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) on Wednesday.