Turkey's Erdogan OPPOSES Sweden and Finland NATO plan as Putin threatens 'retaliation'

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The Turkish President argued Finland’s plan to apply for NATO membership, and the expectation that Sweden will follow, would bring about the expansion of the alliance that Russian President Vladimir Putin aimed to prevent from happening by invading Ukraine. Opposition by seemingly neutral Turkey, which had acted as a venue for Russia-Ukraine peace talks, follows warnings of retaliation by Moscow, with the foreign ministry stating the Kremlin “will be forced to take retaliatory steps, both of a military-technical and other nature” if the Nordic NATO plans materliase.



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