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Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has agreed to assist Sweden’s membership of Nato, paving the best way for the Nordic nation to affix the navy alliance after greater than a yr of opposing the nation’s bid.

Erdoğan has agreed to ship Sweden’s accession protocol to the Grand Nationwide Meeting, Turkey’s parliament, “as quickly as attainable and work intently with the meeting to make sure ratification”, Nato secretary-general Jens Stoltenberg stated on Monday.

Stoltenberg spoke to reporters after a gathering with Erdoğan and Sweden’s prime minister Ulf Kristersson on the eve of Nato’s annual leaders’ summit.

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