Turkey 'not closing door' to Sweden, Finland NATO entry

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'We are basically raising this issue as a matter of national security for Turkey,' says Ibrahim Kalin. Turkey's position on Sweden and Finland's NATO membership risks making it look like the "Hungary of the EU," says Washington Institute fellow Soner Cagaptay. Finland announced Sunday its formal intent to join the defense alliance.
Turkey 'not closing door' to Sweden, Finland NATO entry
7 days ago

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Times of India

Turkey 'not closing door' on Sweden, Finland entry to Nato: Erdogan adviser - Times of India

Rest of World News: ISTANBUL: Turkey has not shut the door to Sweden and Finland joining Nato but wants negotiations with the Nordic countries and a clampdown on what it .

8 days ago·Mumbai, India
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Washington Times

Sweden takes big step toward bid for NATO

Sweden took a major step toward ending its longstanding policy of neutrality Sunday as the ruling Social Democratic Party said it now favored applying for membership in the NATO military alliance.

8 days ago·Washington, United States
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National Post

NATO expects Turkey not to hold up Finland, Sweden membership

BERLIN/STOCKHOLM — NATO and the United States said on Sunday they were confident Turkey would not hold up membership of Finland and Sweden in the Western…

7 days ago·Canada
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Al Jazeera

Turkey lays out demands as Finland, Sweden seek NATO membership

NATO expects the Nordic countries’ membership bid will not be hindered by Ankara, whose concerns will be addressed.

7 days ago·Qatar
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Deutsche Welle

NATO: Turkey outlines demands on Finland and Sweden membership | DW | 15.05.2022

Turkey said it could back Sweden and Finland's NATO bids if they stop supporting terrorists and lift export bans. Aspiring NATO bids require unanimous approval from existing members to join the alliance.

8 days ago·Germany
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Japan Today

Sweden, Finland take steps toward NATO membership

Finland officially announced its intention to join NATO on Sunday as Sweden's ruling party said it backed membership, paving the way for a joint application. Less than three months after Russia invaded Ukraine, the announcements are a stunning reversal of the two Nordic countries' military non-alignment policies, dating back more…

7 days ago·Sakado, Japan
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