25 NATO soldiers wounded in clashes with Serbs
NATO said on Monday that 25 NATO soldiers were injured in clashes between Serbs, NATO soldiers and Kosovo police.
NATO 'looking forward' to working with Erdogan
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg congratulated President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on his re-election. "I look forward to continuing to work together," Stoltenberg said.
NATO and the UN call on Kosovo to step back
NATO and Western powers called on Friday for a de-escalation of rising tensions between Kosovo and Serbia. NATO urged the parties to resolve the tensions through dialogue. Western powers issued a joint statement on the issue and called for an immediate step back.
'Nothing to do with the expected counterattack'
US Department of Defense Spokesperson Ryder made a statement regarding the training of Ukrainian pilots on F-16 fighter jets, "It has nothing to do with the expected counterattack."
'Türkiye has usurped NATO process'
Sweden, which is waiting for Türkiye's approval at NATO's door, has signed a scandalous news. The Swedish press blamed Türkiye for the country's failure to enter NATO instead of the scandals. In the news article titled "Here are the conflicts that threaten NATO from within", it was stated that "Türkiye has usurped Sweden's NATO process".
North Korea warns the US and Japan
North Korea has announced that the United States is behind Japan's rapprochement with NATO and its search for a "secret alliance". There has been no official statement from the US yet on the subject.
Finland's statements could burn NATO membership
Strange statements came from Finland, which officially became a NATO member with Türkiye's approval, in the first month of its membership. In an interview with Germany-based Tagesspiegel newspaper, Finnish Foreign Minister Pekka Haavisto stated that they do not see the YPG as a terrorist organization and made striking statements regarding the arms embargo.
'NATO aimed to destroy Russia'
After the United Nations Security Council session, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, who made an assessment of the situation with journalists, accused Western countries, especially the United States, of making preparations for a new war tour in order to maintain their dominance. "The multipolar world order is taking shape objectively," Lavrov said.
'If Kilicdaroglu wins, we can join NATO'
The newspaper published in Sweden, which hung on Türkiye's approval for NATO membership, wrote that if Türkiye's main opposition party's (CHP) leader Kilicdaroglu wins the election, his country may enter the alliance. In the news that reminded the statements of CHP's Cevikoz, it was stated that there were no positive signals from President Erdogan.
Russia still does not want Ukraine to join NATO
Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said that preventing Ukraine from joining NATO is one of its main goals. Peskov, who also made statements about NATO Secretary General Stoltenberg's surprise visit to Ukraine on Thursday, stated that he did not have any assessment about the possibility of Ukraine joining NATO.
Surprise visit from NATO chief to Ukraine
NATO Secretary General Stoltenberg made an unannounced visit to Ukraine. During his visit, he paid homage to the Ukrainian soldiers who were martyred.
Russia threatens NATO
Kremlin Spokesperson Dmitriy Peskov, stating that NATO is expanding towards Russian borders, threatened NATO. "We will take the necessary measures to ensure our security every time NATO approaches our borders," Peskov said.
'We welcome it'
Finland's NATO membership, which reached a happy ending with Türkiye's approval after fulfilling its commitments under the triple memorandum, is on the world's agenda. Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau evaluated Finland being the 31st member of the alliance.
Turkish Foreign Minister congratulated his Finnish counterpart
Finland's accession to NATO was announced on Tuesday. Finland officially joined NATO. Before that, the Turkish Foreign Minister congratulated his Finnish counterpart.
Finland officially joined NATO as the 31st member
Finland officially joined NATO as the 31st member.
'We will take countermeasures to ensure our security'
Kremlin Spokesperson Dmitriy Peskov stated that Finland's accession to NATO will increase the current tension and said, "We will take countermeasures to ensure our own security in terms of tactics and strategy."
Critical step from Russia after Finland's accession
Russia took action after Turkey approved Finland's NATO membership after 29 countries. Deputy Foreign Minister Alexandr Grushko announced that Russia will increase its military capacity in the West and Northwest.
'Finlandiya yarın NATO'ya katılacak'
NATO Secretary General Stoltenberg announced that Finland will join the alliance as the 31st member tomorrow, and its flag will be hoisted at NATO headquarters.
People in Finland go to the polls tomorrow
The application process for NATO membership and the Prime Minister Sanna Marin frequently come to the fore in Finland, and the people will go to the polls tomorrow for the general elections.