“Sweden has promised to extradite 73 terrorists to Turkey,” the state leader said at a press conference at the NATO summit in Madrid.

His words are quoted by the Anadolu agency.

Erdogan warned that if Sweden and Finland do not fulfill their obligations, the Turkish parliament will not approve the application of these countries to join NATO.

On June 28, Ankara reported that Sweden and Finland agreed to full cooperation with Turkey in the fight against the Kurdistan Workers' Party and the organization of the Islamic preacher Fethullah Gülen (FETÖ).