Sweden is extraditing 73 Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) members to Turkey. This was announced by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan after the NATO summit in Madrid.
"Sweden promised the extradition of terrorists, there are about 73 of them. We were given guarantees", RIA Novosti quotes him.
Let us remind you that the NATO summit took place in Madrid on June 28-30. During the summit, the leaders of the organization's member countries approved a new strategic concept of the North Atlantic Alliance until 2030, in which they called Russia a direct threat to security. In addition to this, the meeting participants officially invited Sweden and Finland to join their ranks and decided to expand their military presence on the eastern flank.