Sweden resumes arms exports to Turkey
Sweden's Strategic Production Supervision Organization has issued a license for Swedish companies to export arms to Turkey.

The Swedish government agreed to one of Turkey's requests in exchange for Sweden joining NATO and resumed arms exports to the country.
According to the agreement between Sweden, Turkey, Finland and NATO, Sweden agreed to Turkey's request to resume the arms export to the country, which was stopped due to Turkey's 2019 attack on the Syrian Kurds.
According to a report by Xinhua News Agency, Sweden's Strategic Production Supervision Organization has issued a license to the arms and military equipment manufacturing companies of this country to export their products to Turkey.
Among the 30 NATO member countries, 28 countries have agreed to Finland and Sweden joining NATO, but Hungary and Turkey have not yet announced their final agreement.
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