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Finland hasn't received deportation lists from Turkey, says minister

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Finland’s foreign affairs minister said his country had not received any new requests for deportations of Kurdish rebels, saying all cases had already been solved, after signing a deal with Turkey in order to join NATO.The country agreed along with Sweden to process Turkey’s “pending deportation of extradition requests of terror suspects expeditiously and thoroughly,” a vaguely worded pledge that has raised fears the Nordic countries gave in too much to Ankara's wishes.But Finnish all potential deportations would be subject to strict EU law standards, Minister for Foreign Affairs Pekka Haavisto told Euronews.“We are not changing our legislation in Finland.

Sweden is not changing its legislation. We agreed on some cooperation between our authorities, but we are following our own laws regarding human rights,” he said.Turkish Justice Minister Bekir Bozdağ said however that Ankara is seeking several suspects from Finland, while Haavisto told Euronews that the Finnish government had not “seen any new lists [and] we don't have any open requests.”In a press conference, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan called it a "diplomatic win" for his country, saying that "terrorists" would be extradited.

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