Ankara’s position regarding the membership of Sweden and Finland in NATO is clear and understandable – they must revise relations with the terrorists of the RRK, Efkan Ala, said the deputy chairman of the ruling party of justice and development (PSR), the head of the external relations department Efkan Ala.
“The position of Turkey regarding the membership of Sweden and Finland in NATO is very clear and understandable. These countries should very clearly revise their relations with the terrorist elements of the RPK and put an end to them,” the Ala newspaper Star.
Having stated that these countries require joining NATO to “eliminate their safety problems”, Ala emphasized that Turkey “also has a problem of terrorism that it has been faced for many years.”
“The situation is such that the problem of terrorism is understood by these countries not as Turkey wants, this does not attach sufficient importance. There is evidence of this,” he said.
Turkey monitors the process around the entry of Finland and Sweden to NATO and still cannot look at it positively, President Tayyip Erdogan said earlier.