Finland, Sweden would be profitable additions to NATO, UK’s Johnson tells Erdogan

May 20 (Reuters) – British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Friday told Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan that Finland and Sweden would be profitable additions to a NATO alliance.

A orator for Johnson pronounced a PM also asked Erdogan on a call to work with Swedish, Finnish and NATO counterparts to residence any concerns forward of a leaders limit in Madrid subsequent month, and pronounced a UK stands prepared to support.

The UK PM and a Turkish boss also concluded to work to clear supply routes for Ukrainian pellet bonds and assuage rising tellurian food prices, a Downing Street orator added.

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