1. Support for Turkey in its fight against terrorist organizations, including the Kurdistan Workers’ Party, DHKP/C, DAESH, FETO (Gulenists) and their affiliates;
2. Establishment of “legal norms” and “legal infrastructure” in Sweden and Finland to combat terrorism;
3. Countries should stop attempts to open representative offices of Kurds in their countries;
4. To prevent the activities of FETO and close the media affiliated with the organization;
5. Comply with the requirements to freeze the assets of organizations associated with terrorism;
6. Fulfill the requirements for the extradition of persons associated with terrorism;
7. Prohibit organizations like the PKK from holding demonstrations;
8. Sharing intelligence with Turkey;
9. Remove restrictions from the Turkish defense industry;
10. In case of joining NATO, commit to comply with these requirements.
In short, it appears that Sweden and Finland will struggle to become members of NATO.
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