The Turkish chief had linked his help for this candidacy to his nation’s accession negotiations to the European Union, which have been at a standstill for a number of years.
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Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has agreed to help Sweden’s NATO membership. that he had been blocking for more than a year, Jens Stoltenberg introduced Monday, July 10. The Secretary Common of the Alliance welcomed “a historic day”. “I’m comfortable to announce that President Erdogan has agreed to ahead Sweden’s accession protocol” within the Turkish Parliament “as quickly as potential and to work with the meeting to safe ratification”mentioned the official after a gathering with the Turkish chief and Swedish Prime Minister Ulf Kristersson, on the eve of a NATO summit in Vilnius (Lithuania).
This comes because the Turkish chief had linked his help for this candidacy to his nation’s accession negotiations to the European Union, which have been stalled for a number of years. Within the night of Monday, Recep Tayyip Erdogan and the President of the European Council Charles Michel thus agreed to “revitalize” relations between Turkey and the EU, welcomed the latter after their assembly in Vilnius. “Good assembly with President Erdogan on the NATO summit”wrote Charles Michel on Twitter. “We explored alternatives for our cooperation to turn into vital once more and to reinvigorate our relationship”he added.
An settlement hailed by a number of international locations
Swedish Prime Minister Ulf Kristersson hailed “a hey” for his nation and a “very large step”. German Overseas Minister Annalena Baerbock additionally welcomed the “excellent news from Vilnius”. Emphasizing that he was “impatient” to welcome Sweden as NATO’s 32nd member state, US President Joe Biden in flip mentioned he was able to work with President Erdogan “strengthening protection and deterrence within the Euro-Atlantic space”.