The Turkish government has reportedly cancelled a trilateral meeting with Sweden and Finland scheduled for February.
Turkey cancels Sweden-Finland meeting
Turkey has cancelled indefinitely a trilateral mechanism meeting with Sweden and Finland scheduled for February after a weekend protest in Stockholm, state broadcaster TRT reports.
The meeting that was to take place in Brussels in February was postponed at Turkey’s request, TRT said citing Turkish diplomatic sources.
President Tayyip Erdogan’s spokesman said earlier this month that NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg was to also attend.
A source at the Turkish presidency said Turkey had not cancelled the meeting but postponed it.