Turkey is on the agenda in Sweden… This is how the government was loaded: We bowed down!

Creation Date: September 05, 2022 12:35

After the Ukraine war, Finland and Sweden applied for membership in NATO, while Turkey lifted the veto decision after accepting all its demands. In Sweden, where the membership process continues, a heavy criticism of Turkey came from the opposition to the government.


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held in Madrid, the capital of Spain, with Turkey. NATO The opposition in the country continues to react to the agreement reached at the summit.

After the agreement, in which Turkey withdrew its veto decision after meeting its demands, criticism was made that ‘we are floundering before Turkey’.

Hanna Gunnarsson, one of the spokespersons of the Left Party, made the following statements in her statement to Sveriges Radio;

‘The government has recently President We are very worried that he will falter in front of Recep Tayyip Erdogan.’

Gunnarsson stated that the government bowed to Turkey’s demands and underlined that they were also concerned about this situation.

MP Maria Ferm, from the centre-left Green Party, told the public broadcaster during an election debate that Erdogan should not be allowed to rule Sweden.



After the Ukraine war, Finland and Sweden applied for NATO membership, while Turkey decided to veto it.

World This knot, which occupied the agenda for a long time, was resolved at the NATO Summit held in Madrid, the capital of Spain.

Sweden and Finland, which took action after Russia’s attack on Ukraine, made their official application to NATO in May.

In the Triple Memorandum signed in the presence of President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, Finland and Sweden, as future NATO allies, will show full solidarity and cooperation with Turkey in the fight against terrorism in all its forms and manifestations, against all threats to its national security, especially the PKK terrorist organization. They made a commitment that they would give full support and not support the PYD/YPG and FETO.

In the memorandum, the three countries stated that they would establish a structured joint dialogue and cooperation mechanism at all levels, including law enforcement and intelligence agencies, in order to develop cooperation on the basis of consensus in the fight against terrorism, organized crime and other common tests. They agreed to establish a Permanent Joint Mechanism with the participation of experts from the Ministries of Foreign Affairs, Interior and Justice, Intelligence Services and Security Agencies.


Also, in the Triple Memorandum, Finland and Sweden confirmed that there was no national arms embargo against Turkey, and announced that they would act in solidarity and cooperation with Turkey on this issue.