Turkey blocks Finland, Sweden’s road to NATO bid again; Putin’s ally demands 130 terrorists

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Turkey has once again blocked Finland and Sweden’s NATO membership bid. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said that the Nordic nations must deport or expedite up to 130 ‘terrorists’ to Turkey before the Turkish parliament will approve their bids to join NATO.

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Ankara’s fresh blockade came after protesters affiliated with Kurdish movement hanged an effigy of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Stockholm last week. Finland and Sweden applied last year to join NATO following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. But their bids must be approved by all 30 NATO member states. Turkey and Hungary are yet to endorse the applications.

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