Stoltenberg says they will address Turkey's concerns

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Last week, Finland and Sweden submitted their offer to join NATO's military alliance - a move driven by Russian occupation of Ukraine.

But this is something that Turkey opposes, with its leader Recep Tayyip Erdogan saying that the two Nordic countries should not even send delegations to convince Ankara, reports

NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg told the BBC's HARDtalk that he was confident the alliance would find ways to address Turkey's concerns.

He also said it would be up to the International Criminal Court to decide whether Russian President Vladimir Putin is a war criminal or an architect of genocide.21Media