Swedish reporter: Turkiye right to face Stockholm's NATO participation
(MENAFN) Turkiye has valid grounds for facing Sweden's NATO association, a Swedish reporter stated in his article on Thursday.
PM Nilsson, foreign relationships editor at Swedish daily Dagens Industri, declared that there are real motives for Turkiye to refuse Sweden's request to become part of NATO.
He stated the Social Democratic Party's precondition for Magdalena Andersson's selection as prime minister was the "agreement" it made with independent MP Amineh Kakabaveh to aid the YPG/PKK terror group.
The contract was "weird" and "unconstitutional," he noted.
He continued "It was to deepen cooperation with the YPG/PKK in Syria. This agreement means that a single lawmaker dictates Sweden's foreign policy through the YPG, which is defined by Turkiye as the Syrian branch of the PKK."
He also went on to say this "untenable agreement" presented that there is no "misunderstanding" by Turkiye, contrasted with what Swedish Foreign Minister Ann Linde stated.
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