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The increase in the number of extraditions as a result of the agreement concluded with Turkey on the accession of this Scandinavian country to NATO will depend on what information is received from the Turkish authorities, said Prime Minister of Sweden Magdalena Andersson.

It depends on what information we get from Turkey in this area, she told Reuters.

Sweden and Finland have taken a significant step towards NATO membership as Turkey lifted its veto on their entry after the Nordic countries agreed to a series of security measures.

As part of the deal, Sweden and Finland agreed not to support Kurdish groups in northeast Syria that Turkey says are linked to the PKK.

Ankara is demanding the extradition of more than 30 Kurdish dissidents from Sweden.

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