Swedish Foreign Minister Ann Linde: Dialogue with Turkey must continue

Swedish Foreign Minister Ann Linde made a press release on the official web site of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs concerning the leaders’ summit of the European Union to be held on 24-25 March.


Linde stated:

“Our authorities believes that the European Union ought to act with a balanced and sustainable line in the direction of Turkey. The EU ought to continue to demand that Turkey make progress on human rights, democracy and the rule of regulation. This can be very essential for voicing criticism in addition to enhancing cooperation.”


Alternatively, the nation’s state tv, SVT, introduced that Sweden would search sanctions towards Turkey within the EU relating to the lawsuit filed within the Constitutional Court docket for the HDP’s closure.

Within the information printed yesterday morning, it was claimed that Linde would search help from her colleagues in EU nations, regardless of the demand submitted by the Left Get together to the Foreign Affairs Fee yesterday. It was noteworthy that Linde made a unique assertion shortly after the information was printed.

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