It was not possible to agree on the entry of Sweden and Finland into NATO again, – media

It was not possible to agree on the entry of Sweden and Finland into NATO again, – media

Agreement on Sweden and Finland's accession to NATO failed again, – media

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NATO cannot overcome the problems with the entry of Sweden and Finland into the Alliance. No success was achieved at the trilateral meeting in Brussels, which took place yesterday on the eve of the summit in Madrid.

The Turkish publication Sozcu writes about this.

"NATO cannot overcome the problems with the accession of Sweden and Finland to NATO on the eve of the Madrid summit, no progress was achieved at the trilateral talks in Brussels”, – the newspaper writes.

It is noted that the Turkish delegation has not retreated from its positions regarding Sweden and Finland in NATO.

At the same time, Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin said that she expects most of the Alliance member countries to resolve this issue at the NATO summit, which is scheduled for late June in Madrid.

"There should be no barriers to our membership", added the prime minister.

BAGNET recalls Turkey opposed  accession of Finland and Sweden to NATO due to allegedly “supporting a terrorist organization”.

However, Ankara still agreed to hold trilateral talks with Finland and Sweden regarding their membership, which took place yesterday.

In addition, Turkey said that it does not even consider the NATO summit in Madrid next week as a deadline for resolve their objections regarding the accession of Finland and Sweden to the military Alliance.

Prepared by: Sergey Daga