Madrid will host a quadrilateral summit with the leaders of Turkey, NATO, Sweden and Finland on Tuesday, Ibrahim Kalın, spokesman for the Turkish presidential administration, said on air of Habertürk television channel.
Kalın recalled that Turkish representatives twice met with Scandinavian delegations to discuss the application for membership in the North Atlantic Alliance.
According to him, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg agreed during their last telephone conversation to organize a third round of talks.
"Immediately before the quadrilateral summit in Madrid, namely on 27 June, a meeting will be held in Brussels, where Turkey will be represented by me and Deputy Foreign Minister Sedat Onal," Kalın said, Anadolu reported.
According to him, Ankara's consent to participate in the quadrilateral summit doesn't mean Ankara is ready to revise its position. He noted that if Brussels succeeds in achieving progress, the agenda of the summit in Madrid will be more positive.