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Sweden can’t meet some of Turkey’s demands for its NATO bid


Swedish Prime Minister Ulf Kristersson says Turkey is making demands that Sweden cannot accept. Ankara’s stipulations were to lift its veto on Stockholm’s bid to join NATO.

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