Turkish authorities urged NATO candidates to respect alliance rights22:51

The Turkish Security Council said Ankara supports NATO’s “open door” policy, but that applicants to join the alliance must respect the rights and spirit of the alliance. It gives information about DEA News Referring to the statement of the press service of the Ministry.

In the statement, “Turkey supports NATO’s open door policy and states that want to join the alliance should act in accordance with the laws and spirit of the alliance.”

The Turkish Security Council drew attention to the importance of promptly fulfilling their obligations arising from the memorandum of understanding regarding the fight against terrorist organizations, especially the banned Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) and FETO (Islamic preacher Fethullah Gülen’s organization).

The report states that the Turkish Security Council, under the auspices of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, discussed the situation around Sweden’s NATO membership and the regulation of relations with Syria for nearly four hours.

Previous issue of Hürriyet WroteTurkey will not support Sweden’s bid to join NATO before the presidential elections on 14 May. The approval of the application by the Grand National Assembly of Turkey will depend entirely on the withdrawal of support from the PKK.

Source: Gazeta


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