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Turkey's National Security Council, chaired by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, will discuss the applications of Finland and Sweden to join NATO, Anadolu news agency reported

The Council will also discuss the situation in the "anti-terrorist operation" in northern Iraq, as well as the "military build-up" of Greece.

Other topics of interest to Ankara, including the war in Ukraine, will be touched upon during the meeting. In the context of the situation in the northern Black Sea, there will be an exchange of views on Turkey's peace initiatives around Ukraine, mediation initiatives, humanitarian aid deliveries and efforts to achieve a long-term truce.

Regarding the situation in the Aegean and eastern Mediterranean Sea, participants will elaborate on the protection of Turkey's "interests and rights" and the so-called "Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus."

Council members will also discuss steps to form a security zone near Turkey's southern borders, including conducting "anti-terrorist operations."

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