Europe News Desk!!! Talks between Sweden, Finland and Turkey will resume in mid-March. Swedish Prime Minister Ulf Christerson told local media, “We have confirmed this today.” Turkey has postponed a trilateral meeting with Sweden and Finland on its NATO bid scheduled for February after a copy of the Quran was burned in Stockholm, Xinhua news agency reported. Turkey’s Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu on Monday reaffirmed Ankara’s demand for greater efforts from Sweden over its security concerns, despite US efforts for the two countries’ rapid entry into NATO. He added that Ankara may have a different position on Finland’s accession and that its membership may be confirmed earlier. Finland and Sweden applied to join NATO in May 2022 in the wake of the Russia-Ukraine conflict. His accession required the approval of all member states of the military alliance. Turkey and Hungary, both NATO members, have not yet given their approval. Turkey requests that the two Nordic countries expeditiously and completely extradite individuals it considers terrorist suspects.