Turkey to be expelled from NATO?

Turkey's president has restated his opposition to Finland and Sweden joining Nato - just hours after they said they would seek membership.

Recep Tayyip Erdogan said the two Nordic nations should not bother sending delegations to convince Turkey, a key Nato member, of their bids.

Turkey could be expelled for its stance against Finland and Sweden's attempts to join NATO. This opinion was expressed by CNN correspondent David Andelman in the editorial section of the publication.

According to Andelman, Russian President Vladimir Putin's allies in the form of Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan are giving him every opportunity to "go unpunished in Ukraine or abroad." SIA refers to a Russian website in this regard.

On Monday, Sweden said Europe was living in a dangerous new reality, referring to Russia's invasion of Ukraine.

Russian President Vladimir Putin said the move by Finland and Sweden to join the 30-member military alliance did not threaten Moscow directly - but stressed that any expansion of military infrastructure would trigger a response from the Kremlin.

According to the American journalist, in this case, we must make Orban and Erdogan insignificant (?). In other words, all 26 other EU member states should simply impose an oil embargo. NATO must pave the way for Sweden and Finland to join.

Andelman noted that negotiations on Turkey's withdrawal from NATO have been going on for a long time. This issue was actively discussed three years ago, when Ankara bought S-400 air defense systems from Russia.

Let's pay attention to what Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said in this regard: "Because the previous government made a wrong decision on NATO regarding Greece. So today you see Greece's attitude towards Turkey, relying on NATO. Today, the Scandinavian countries have become a breeding ground for terrorist organizations. PKK, DHKPC terrorist organizations are nested in Sweden and the Netherlands. They even sit in the parliaments of those countries. Therefore, we cannot take a positive approach to their joining the Alliance. "

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