Fahrettin Altun, head of Turkish Presidential Communications, said his country has made tangible progress in the fight against terrorism during the quadripartite summit, which was attended by Turkey, Sweden, Finland and NATO in Madrid.
Altun noted that “all parties at the Quartet summit recognized the need for joint cooperation against the terrorist organization PKK and its various offshoots”, stressing that “we have made concrete, concrete and important progress in solving our problems related to the fight against terrorism, in time of the Quartet summit.
He explained that Finland and Sweden have pledged to stand by Turkey against all manifestations of terrorism and not support the terrorist organizations YPG/PKK and Gülen, noting that both countries have also pledged to lift the sanctions and restrictions imposed on Turkey. defense industry, and strengthen cooperation with Ankara in this area.
He emphasized the importance of mentioning the FETO terrorist organization in one place along with other terrorist organizations such as PKK/YPG/YBD, calling it a “clear victory”.
On Tuesday, Turkey, Sweden and Finland signed a tripartite memorandum of understanding regarding the two countries’ membership in the NATO alliance on the sidelines of the bloc’s summit in the Spanish capital of Madrid.