Finland approved the export license of military goods for Turkey after 4 years.
APA reports that Riika Pitkanen, special adviser to the Finnish Defense Minister, spoke about this.
The resumption of military exports was one of the conditions for the approval of Finland and Sweden's NATO accession process.
It was reported that the export license granted by Finland was for the use of steel in armor.
It should be recalled that Finland has stopped issuing new military export licenses to Turkey since 2019.
The resumption of military exports was one of Ankara's conditions for approving the pending NATO accession process for Finland and Sweden.
In September last year, Sweden lifted the ban on the export of military goods to Turkey.