Swedish Prime Minister Andersson: “We will abide by the terms of the tripartite memorandum signed with Turkey”

Swedish Prime Minister Magdalena Andersson said that they would comply with the terms of the “triple memorandum” signed at the NATO summit in Madrid to address Turkey’s concerns.

While Andersson met with German Chancellor Olaf Scholz in the capital Stockholm, the duo held a press conference after the meeting.

Referring to the NATO Summit held on 28 June in Madrid, Spain, between Finland and Sweden, which have applied for NATO membership, and Turkey, Andersson said, “We will abide by the terms of the tripartite memorandum signed at the NATO summit in Madrid to address Turkey’s concerns. Extraditions to Turkey will continue within the framework of international law.” used his statements.

Referring to the 100% increase in electricity prices in Sweden, Andersson invited his people to save electricity.

“Electricity prices are not only a concern for Sweden but also a concern for Europe closely before winter. We have to save electricity for our own sake and to lower the bill,” Andersson said. said.

German Chancellor Olaf Scholz noted that 23 countries have approved the NATO membership of Sweden and Finland, and that he hopes Turkey will also approve it soon.

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