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Sweden's NATO bid: 'Everything will be clear' after Turkey elections & US-Turkish fighter jets deal


For more on Turkey's latest fiery objection over Sweden joining NATO, FRANCE 24 is joined by Stig-Björn Ljunggren, Swedish Political Scientist and Political Editor-in-Chief at the Social Democratic newspaper Sydöstran.

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