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Tomorrow, Madrid will host a quadripartite summit on Turkey's protest against Sweden and Finland's demand for NATO membership.
Axar.az reports the statement came from Ibrahim Kalin, head of the Public Relations Department of the Turkish Presidential Administration.
At the summit, Finnish President Sauli Niinistö and Swedish Foreign Minister Ann Linde will meet with Turkish leader Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
"Negotiations have already progressed to some extent and it is impossible to take a step back. A summit will be held tomorrow at the request of the NATO Secretary General. Our participation in this summit does not mean we are backing down. We are just negotiating. I told my counterparts." "You will have to abandon your 200-year policy of neutrality and make serious changes to keep pace with the military alliance. We also want Sweden and Finland to take an open and unequivocal stance against structures such as the PKK, PYD and YPG. This includes relations with the PYD and YPG in Syria." .
2022.06.27 / 17:51