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Erdogan describes NATO as supporters of terrorism and threatens

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said in a statement about the possibility of Finland and Sweden accepting membership in the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), where he said: “This is a security organization, not to support terrorist organizations.”
Erdogan said, on Wednesday, that “terrorist organizations are supported not only by Finland and Sweden, but also by Germany, France and the Netherlands.”
Erdogan also announced that the republic’s armed forces intend to carry out a new cross-border operation in the regions of Manbij and Tal Rifaat in northern Syria against the “PKK” and the Kurdish “People’s Protection Units”, which Ankara classifies as terrorist organizations.

“We clear Tel Rifaat and Manbij from the terrorists, then we will do the same in other areas. Let’s watch who will support our legal steps.”
Erdogan revealed that Ankara will not hold bilateral talks with Athens anymore.
He also added, “We have concluded an agreement to hold a high-level meeting of the Strategic Council with Greece. Don’t you learn from history? Do not try to play with Turkey, or else it will be exhausted and stand in the way. We will no longer have bilateral negotiations with them.”

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