Sympathizers of the YPG/PKK terrorist group held a demonstration in the capital Stockholm on Saturday, protesting the recent memorandum between Turkey, Sweden and Finland.
Participants at Norra Bantorget carried banners and symbols of the terrorist group and called on the Swedish government to withdraw from accession to NATO and "concessions" given to Turkey in the memorandum signed at the NATO summit in Madrid late last month.
Chanting slogans in support of the terrorist group, they also criticized Sweden's Prime Minister Magdalena Andersson and Foreign Minister Ann Linde.
Sweden and Finland formally applied to join the alliance in May, a decision spurred by Russia's war on Ukraine.
However, Turkey, a longstanding member of the alliance, voiced objections to the membership bids, criticizing the countries for tolerating and even supporting terrorist groups.
Ahead of NATO's Madrid summit on June 28-30, Turkey, Sweden and Finland signed an agreement, which was followed by four-way talks in the Spanish capital.
The agreement allows the two Nordic countries to become NATO members, but conditions them to take steps on Turkey's terrorism concerns, and lift an arms embargo on Ankara.
Following the agreement, NATO formally invited Sweden and Finland to join the 30-member military alliance.
In its more than 35-year terror campaign against Turkey, the PKK – listed as a terrorist organization by Turkey, the United States and the European Union – has been responsible for the deaths of more than 40,000 people, including women, children and infants.