Finland denies Turkey’s demands for the extradition of the alleged terrorists, APA reports citing YLE
The Finnish news agency STT asked the Ministry of Justice for records of extradition requests submitted by Turkey to Finland in 2019–2022.
As of the beginning of June, Finland had received 10 extradition requests from Turkey for people it claimed were linked to PKK, which the EU has designated as a terror group.
Finnish officials have so far resolved seven of these cases. Two of the individuals have been handed over to Turkish authorities, but according to the documents, the extraditions do not appear to have been linked to any indications of terrorism.