Välkommen till den kurdiska mördarklubben, kära svenskar. Kurderna har inga vänner förutom Bergen*....

*Welcome to the club of Kurdish murderers, dear Swedes. Kurds have no friends except the mountains....
NATO aspirant Sweden again supplies war materials to Ankara

Despite massive attacks by Turkey in the Kurdistan region of Iraq and the autonomous region of northern and eastern Syria, Sweden is again allowing arms exports to Turkey. The move is directly related to the country's application to join NATO.
No approval since war of aggression in 2019

The Inspectorate for Strategic Products (ISP) is responsible for approving arms exports in Sweden. In October 2019, the agency had revoked all current export licences for the sale of war material to Turkey. The move came in response to the Turkish war of aggression against the autonomous areas of northern and eastern Syria, at the end of which the towns of Serêkaniyê (ar. Ras al-Ain) and Girê Spî (Tall Abyad) were occupied. At the time, Sweden had still advocated an EU-wide arms embargo against Turkey. The ISP last approved export transactions to Turkey in April 2017.

The decision means that Sweden, which has sought NATO membership along with neighboring Finland, will lift an arms embargo it had imposed on Ankara in 2019 after Turkey’s military operation against the Kurdish militia known as the YPG in Syria.

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan had threatened to block the Nordic pair’s membership, insisting they change their stance on Kurdish rebel groups that Turkey considers terrorists and lift the arms embargo on Turkey. NATO operates by consensus so Turkey needs to approve.

“Sweden’s application for membership in NATO greatly strengthens the defense and security policy reasons for granting the export of military equipment to other member states, including Turkey,” the Inspectorate for Strategic Products, a Swedish administrative authority, said in a statement.

Once-neutral Finland and Sweden are abandoning what in Sweden’s case has been 200 years of military nonalignment, driven to join NATO’s mutual defense pact in the wake of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and its continuing war there.

Turkey’s parliament has yet to ratify Sweden and Finland’s membership in NATO, and Friday’s step was widely seen as aimed at securing Ankara’s approval. A delegation from Sweden is expected in Ankara next week to discuss Turkish requests for the extradition of figures wanted by Turkey.

Sweden moves closer to NATO, lifts arms embargo on Turkey | eKathimerini.com
Lucky Strike1
Mördarklubben ist die AKP!
martin fischer
Jeder der der Türkei Waffen liefert ist mitschuldig. Deutschland, USA usw und jetzt auch Schweden. Solange die Türkei andere Länder okkupiert und bedroht sollten die gar nichts bekommen.
martin fischer
martin fischer
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