NATO | Swedish Prime Minister Andersson: “I stand 100% behind the agreement”

Requests for extradition will be dealt with by independent courts applying Swedish law.

Swedish prime minister Magdalena AnderssonMinister of Foreign Affairs Ann Linde and the Minister of Justice and Home Affairs Morgan Johansson have commented on the President of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdoğanin requirements after the NATO settlement. On Thursday, Erdoğan demanded the extradition of a total of 73 people to Turkey.

Andersson commented Svenska Dagbladetille In Madrid after the NATO meeting. Andersson responds to criticism that he has chosen NATO and Turkey over the Kurds.

“I don’t share this picture. We continue to comply with national and international law in this matter, ”says Andersson.

“I stand 100% behind the contract”.

Mr Andersson stated that if the Swedish authorities agreed to the deportation of the persons in question in the light of Swedish law and existing information, it would be carried out.

Legal– and the Minister of the Interior Johansson commented on the Swedish newspaper Dagens Nyheterillethat Swedish nationals will not be extradited because Sweden is governed by Swedish law applied by independent courts. Thus, extradition decisions are not the responsibility of politicians.

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According to Johansson, in the agreement, Turkey undertook to comply with the European Convention with Finland and Sweden. Non-Swedish nationals may be extradited at the request of other countries only if the decision is in accordance with Swedish law and the European Convention on Human Rights.

“The Supreme Court does this review and has a veto,” Johansson says.

Foreign minister Linde commented on Wednesday Dagens Nyheterillethat Sweden set out to negotiate with Turkey, respecting the country’s terrorist concerns. The interview preceded the Turkish president’s most recent demand for the extradition of 73 people.

On Wednesday, Turkey said it was demanding the extradition of 33 people from Finland and Sweden.

“Sweden has respected the agreement with Turkey, which we think makes sense and which we can defend. I assume that Turkey and Finland think the same way, ”says Linde.

“However, we did not intend to oppose our own legislation.”

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