The government of Sweden will send representatives to Turkiye to resolve existing disagreements regarding its NATO bid, kingdom’s Defense Minister Peter Hultqvist.

“We will send a group of officials to hold discussions and the dialogue with Turkiye, and we will see how the issue will be resolved and what it actually is. But the signals we got from NATO are that there is an agreement on that both Sweden and Finland must be admitted to the alliance,” he said.

On Monday, the Swedish parliament will hold debates on NATO accession, and the government will meet to approve the membership bid.

“I cannot say when exactly the bid will be sent but the decision will be adopted today,” the minister said.