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Türkiye will monitor implementation of memorandum with Finland, Sweden: Erdogan

Turkish president said Ankara sees memorandum signed with Finland, Sweden as representation of 'understanding of Turkey's sensitivities', calling it a 'beginning'

30.06.2022
Türkiye will monitor implementation of memorandum with Finland, Sweden: Erdogan Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan holds a press conference on the last day of the NATO Summit at the IFEMA Convention Center, in Madrid, Spain on June 30, 2022.

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Türkiye's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan President said Ankara will monitor implementation of memorandum with Finland, Sweden.

Erdogan said Turkiye sees memorandum signed with Finland, Sweden as representation of 'understanding of Turkey's sensitivities', calling it a 'beginning'.

Sweden has promised to extradite 73 terrorists to Türkiye, President Erdogan noted.    

Here are the highlights from President Erdogan's news conference at the close of the NATO summit in Madrid:

• Türkiye to send delegation to US 'without delay' to gain support from Republicans in Congress on F-16 sale, Erdogan also mentioned.  

• NATO ‘fully supports Ukraine, but we must demonstrate this with vision of peace and strive to stop humanitarian tragedy as soon as possible,’ says Turkish president

• It is 'important' to demonstrate NATO's determination to fight terrorism in all its forms, however, this determination should not remain on paper, says Turkish president  


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