Sweden says no cause for Turkey to not start ratifying NATO bid

Turkey’s parliament ought to start ratifying Sweden and Finland’s NATO membership bids as a result of the 2 Nordic international locations have met the commitments they’d agreed to with Turkey, Sweden’s overseas minister stated on Tuesday.

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“We consider we have now now reached some extent the place Sweden and Finland have completed what we dedicated ourselves to on this (trilateral) memorandum and it’s time for the Turkish parliament to start the ratification course of,” Tobias Billstrom advised Reuters in an interview on the sidelines of the World Financial Discussion board within the Swiss ski resort of Davos.

“We consider very strongly that we have now completed what was being requested and we don’t see any cause for the ratification to not begin.”

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