“We talked about the need to address Turkey’s concerns and move forward with Finland and Sweden’s NATO membership applications,” Stoltenberg wrote. on Twitter.
Erdogan said Turkey’s objections are based on “legitimate and legitimate grounds”, According to the country’s presidential office.
Jens Stoltenberg also met with Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin. She has been visiting Washington since June 1, and she also met with Nancy Pelosi, Speaker of the US House of Representatives.
on the agenda for that meeting Russia’s attack on Ukraine, Finland’s application for NATO membership, combating climate change and gender issues.
Sanna Marine will also attend a meeting with the Bilderberg Group in Washington. She will remain in the country until the beginning of next week.
The Bilderberg Group holds a conference annually with about a hundred leaders in areas including politics, finance and academia. About two-thirds of the participants come from Europe and the rest from North America.
According to the same group, the conference is informal and lacks a detailed agenda, but some of the main points this year are “NATO’s challenges” and “Russia”. The meeting began on Thursday and will continue until Sunday. According to group principles, participants may not disclose what others have said.
Sanna Marine will remain in the United States until the beginning of next week.
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