The Finnish presidency announced on Sunday that the talks between Finland, Sweden and Turkey under the auspices of NATO will continue in Brussels tomorrow, Monday.
This came in a tweet via her Twitter account about the ongoing official discussions regarding the request of Sweden and Finland to join the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO).
In a related context, a NATO official told the official Swedish News Agency that high-ranking officials from the three countries will meet with officials from the alliance at its headquarters in Brussels on Monday.
Spokesman for the Turkish presidency Ibrahim Kalin, accompanied by his country’s Deputy Foreign Minister Sedat Unal, is visiting Brussels to discuss the request of Sweden and Finland to join NATO.
Spokesman for the Turkish presidency Ibrahim Kalin said Saturday that no progress can be made in the ongoing negotiations between Ankara and Stockholm regarding Sweden’s membership in the North Atlantic Treaty Organization “NATO” unless Sweden puts an end to the activities of terrorist organizations on its soil.