The meeting, which was scheduled for February, is canceled on Ankara’s request, sources tell state-owned TRT.
Turkey has indefinitely postponed a new round of talks with Sweden and Finland on the Nordic neighbors’ NATO membership bids in the wake of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine last February, according to Turkish state TV.
The meeting scheduled to take place in Brussels was postponed at Ankara’s request, the state broadcaster said on Tuesday. NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg was also expected to attend the talks slated to be held next month.
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