Speaking to reporters following a NATO gathering of defence chiefs in Brussels, Hulusi Akar reiterated Turkish security concerns over the Nordic countries' bid to the military alliance.
Coalition conducts a helicopter landing in Türkiye-backed opposition-held areas and seizes a senior member of Daesh terror group, who it says is an "experienced bomb maker".
Police did not intervene in the demonstration by the members of the Rouvikonas anarchist group around the Turkish Consulate General Athens-Piraeus in the Greek capital.
At a joint news conference with NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg, Swedish PM Magdalena Andersson said both Sweden and Finland would be security providers for the region and for all of NATO, including Türkiye.
"No NATO ally has suffered more terrorist attacks than Türkiye", acknowledged NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg, adding that talks with Türkiye would continue.
The ministry's response came after a report by the German domestic intelligence said that the PKK terror organisation is "the biggest foreign extremist group" in the country.
Berlin’s refusal to take action against the PKK, despite acknowledging the terror group’s activities, defeats the purpose of NATO.
Mosques continue to be targeted by neo-Nazis or left-wing extremists, but attacks are not properly investigated by German authorities, according to a new report.
Terrorist groups threatening war-torn Syria had also upped the ante against Ankara, says Türkiye's Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu.
The annual security report released by German domestic intelligence showed that the PKK terror organisation is "the biggest foreign extremist group" in the country, with over 14,000 followers.
Protesters asked the Turkish Armed Forces and Syrian National Army to clear their lands of the terrorists.
"Extraditing terrorists to Türkiye and preventing terrorist organisations from operating on Swedish soil are our sine qua non", said the country's communications director.
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