My point exactly. Turkey should pay attention to its region and not disrupt a major NATO victory in the north. But somehow turkish interests again disrupts NATO interests. NATO and Russia is facing a potential conflict, and Turkey is navel-gazing.
I think Turkey in no way wants to make trouble for Scandinavia just for the sake of doing it. It simply has no reason to.
The problem lies with the attitude of certain NATO allies, who dont seem to respect Turkeys genuine concerns.
Kurdish insurgency is resposible many terrorist attacks on Turkish soil. Many kurds in Scandinavia supports these terrorist organizations, with our government simply failing to acknowledge Turkish side. This is not how Allies should behave.
Would it forexample be OK for Turkey to host organizations and members with a history of harming, and continues to harm Norway, Denmark and Sweden? We would certainly react strongly. Why would we in such a scenario want to welcome Turkey to NATO without reservations?
I hope you can also see the situation from Turkeys perspective.
The situation has been even more difficult with US and NATO wish to create a Kurdish state in Levant, which automatically would make Eastern Turkey more susceptible to attacks. It is very harmful for Turkish territorial integrity.
Imagine a section of the Sami people wanting independence and somehow Russia managed to support them and make a Sami independent nation right in the North, which automatically would destabilize all sami areas in Norway, Finland and Sweden.
Some food for thought.