In December, Sweden extradited Mahmut Tat, a Turkish Kurd whom Ankara accuses of belonging to the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK), which it considers a terrorist organisation. The move has added to the fears of Turkish nationals living in Sweden. For months, Ankara has been saying it will lift its veto on NATO membership for Sweden only if Stockholm changes its asylum policy. Turkey is now calling for the extradition of dozens of people it deems terrorists. FRANCE 24's team in Sweden reports.
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