Turkey’s Erdogan Threatens Sweden, Finland To Pull Back From NATO Accession Deal

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Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan issued a brutal warning to Finland and Sweden, just two days after dropping his objection to them joining the NATO alliance. Addressing media reporters at the close of the NATO summit in Madrid, Erdogan asserted that if any of the two nordic nations renege on their promises, then his administration would not ratify the deal. Ankara had earlier objected to Sweden and Finland joining NATO, accusing them of housing pro-Kurdistan terrorists, but later lifted its objection after they promised to extradite the suspects. 

Erdogan said that the 10-article agreement with the Nordic countries was a victory for Ankara and addressed all its “sensitivities”. He particularly highlighted the extradition of terror suspects with links to outlawed Kurdish groups or a network of exiled clerics accused of the failed coup in Turkey. But the leader said that if the nordic pair fail to act upon the agreement, then the Turkish Parliament could back from approving the deal. 


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