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Turkey's Erdogan Confirms He Will Block Finland and Sweden's Bids to Join NATO

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Turkey's Erdogan Confirms He Will Block Finland and Sweden's Bids to Join NATO

Turkey's Erdogan Confirms He Will Block Finland and Sweden's Bids to Join NATO

Turkey's Erdogan Confirms , He Will Block Finland and Sweden's , Bids to Join NATO.

On May 19, Turkey's president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, said that he will block Sweden and Finland's bids to join NATO.

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On May 19, Turkey's president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, said that he will block Sweden and Finland's bids to join NATO.

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Business Insider reports that the move complicates a massive shift in European geopolitics driven by Russia's war with Ukraine.

Business Insider reports that the move complicates a massive shift in European geopolitics driven by Russia's war with Ukraine.

We will continue our policy in a determined way.

We have told allies that we will say no to Finland and Sweden's NATO membership, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, President of Turkey, via Business Insider.

Turkey has the ability to veto any new country's attempt to join NATO, as all 30 member nations must approve new members.

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Turkey has the ability to veto any new country's attempt to join NATO, as all 30 member nations must approve new members.

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Business Insider reports that Turkey is seeking concessions in exchange for allowing Sweden and Finland to join the alliance.

Business Insider reports that Turkey is seeking concessions in exchange for allowing Sweden and Finland to join the alliance.

Turkey is reportedly looking to have suspected Kurdish militants extradited from Finland and Sweden.

Turkey is reportedly looking to have suspected Kurdish militants extradited from Finland and Sweden.

It will also ask NATO members to remove limits on Turkey's ability to purchase weapons.

It will also ask NATO members to remove limits on Turkey's ability to purchase weapons.

Earlier this week, Finland and Sweden formally submitted requests to join NATO.

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Earlier this week, Finland and Sweden formally submitted requests to join NATO.

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Business Insider reports that the process, complicated by Turkey's objections, could now take weeks or months.


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