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Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Turkey's talks last week with delegations from Finland and Sweden were not at the "expected level" and Ankara could not say "yes" to NATO membership of countries that "support terrorism," state broadcaster TRT Haber reported Sunday.

Turkey has objected to Sweden and Finland joining the NATO alliance, and Erdogan told reporters on his return from Azerbaijan, "They are not honest and sincere," Reuters reported.

"For as long as Tayyip Erdogan is the head of the Republic of Turkey, we definitely cannot say 'yes' to countries which support terrorism by joining NATO," he said.

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