A Turkish newspaper reported that Ankara had prepared a list of ten demands, urging Sweden and Finland to implement it before agreeing to their membership in NATO.
The list released today by the “Sabah” newspaper called on both countries to suspend any financial assistance to groups affiliated with the PKK and Syrian Kurdish fighters whom Ankara considers an extension of the banned group.
Turkey has called on the two countries to suspend ties with members of the Syrian Kurdish group.
The Sabah newspaper reported that Turkey wants both countries to “expedite” the process of extraditing suspects wanted by Ankara on terrorism charges.
The list also includes a call for Sweden to stop the false information campaign against Turkey, led by supporters of pastor Fethullah Gulen, who Ankara claims was behind the coup attempt in 2016. .
The US “Bloomberg” has said that Sweden and Finland should lift sanctions on Ankara to join NATO in the wake of Russia’s S-400 security arrangements.
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