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How Finland, Sweden Convinced Turkey on NATO Bids After ‘Coffee Break Chat’


Finnish Foreign Minister Pekka Haavisto explained how Turkey was convinced to drop opposition to the entry of Finland and Sweden into NATO after a coffee break chat followed by several hours of talks, Bloomberg reported on Wednesday. The negotiations with the Turkish president on Tuesday afternoon lasted several hours to no avail when the delegations decided to take a break.      While Sweden and Finland were attempting to move forward with their applications to join NATO, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan was repeating Turkey’s demands to crack down on Kurdish groups and individuals living in Sweden and Finland…

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