Yeni Şafak: Turkey will present Finland and Sweden with a new list of persons accused of terrorism, the Turkish authorities will hand over to Finland and Sweden a new list for the extradition of persons accused of terrorism.
This is reported by Yeni Şafak, RIA Novosti reports.
According to the publication, on August 26, consultations on the topic of Helsinki and Stockholm joining NATO will be held on Finnish territory. We are talking about a meeting of the Joint Permanent Mechanism created within the framework of the trilateral memorandum signed at the alliance summit.
It is noted that the delegation from the Turkish side will be headed by Presidential Press Secretary Ibrahim Kalyn and Deputy Foreign Minister Sedat Onal. The newspaper writes that Ankara will remind the countries of the obligations on 10 points that have not yet been fulfilled.
“It will be emphasized that Ankara is determined regarding the extradition of terrorists and the obligations that must be fulfilled,” writes Yeni Şafak. At the same time, the list of terrorists was expanded, the names of those citizens whose extradition Turkey had already requested earlier were added to it.
Earlier, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said that several NATO member countries do not want the conflict in Ukraine to end. According to him, some states, in particular in Europe, also wanted to sabotage the agreement on the export of Ukrainian grain.