Turkey, Sweden and Finland, following the talks in Madrid, concluded a security agreement that will unlock the process of their accession to NATO. This was stated by NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg.
Concrete steps for Finland and Sweden to join NATO will be agreed upon by the allies within two days, the Office of the President of Finland said.
Finnish President Sauli Niinistö’s office also said that Turkey will support Finland and Sweden’s NATO membership at the Madrid summit this week.
The Office of the Finnish President also confirmed that Helsinki, Stockholm and Ankara are committed to providing full support in the fight against threats to each other’s security.
The Turkish presidential administration noted that Sweden and Finland have committed themselves not to support the Kurdistan Workers’ Party and other formations that Ankara considers terrorist.