Turkey refuses to ratify Sweden and Finland's NATO membership bid
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Saturday trained guns on Sweden and Finland once again regarding NATO membership and said Ankara continues to maintain its principle position. Erdogan threatened that he may not ratify the NATO membership bids of the two Nordic nations until the promises given to Ankara were met. "Until the promises made to our country are kept, we will maintain our principled position," said Erdogan in the country's p…
NATO: Erdogan again threatens to block Sweden and Finland's membership
The Turkish president threatens to block the accession of the two states until the promises made to him are fulfilled Turkey will not ratify the application for membership of Sweden and the
Turkey again threatens to block Sweden and Finland's accession to NATO
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has threatened that Ankara will not ratify the two countries' membership in the pact if its demands are not met. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said in the Turkish parliament that the country looks forward to meeting commitments by Stockholm and Helsinki.