Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu is set to talk with Swedish and Finnish ministers over their countries’ applications to join NATO in a meeting fixed for Tuesday.
Çavuşoğlu said on Monday; “We will meet with Sweden and Finland’s foreign ministers tomorrow in Bucharest under a trilateral format."
“Sweden and Finland are yet to take concrete steps under the trilateral memorandum,” the minister added, noting that Sweden especially needs to make more of an effort to implement its promises.
Sweden and Finland abandoned their longstanding policy of military nonalignment and applied to join the NATO alliance in May.
All 30 NATO members must ratify their accession but Turkey, along with Hungary, has stalled its approval due to the country's ties with terrorists.
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