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Finland's president suggests pause on trilateral talks with Turkey over NATO bid with Sweden


The hold-up follows Ankara announcing it would not back Sweden's NATO bid following an anti-Turkey protest in Stockholm. Finland, it seems, is reassessing its options but still insist joining with Sweden is the number one option.

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