File photo: President of Turkey, Recep Tayyip Erdogan gestures as he gives a press conference after the cabinet meeting at the Presidential Complex in Ankara, Turkey. AFP
"We will not say 'yes' to those (countries) who apply sanctions to Turkey to join security organisation NATO," Erdogan said.
Sweden has suspended any arms sales to Turkey since 2019 over Ankara's military operation in neighbouring Syria.
Referring to the Swedish and Finnish delegations' intentions to meet with Turkish officials, Erdogan said: "They say they will come to Turkey on Monday. Will they come to persuade us? Excuse us, but they shouldn't bother."
The two Nordic countries have officially announced their intention to apply for NATO membership after Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
But Turkey has threatened to block the alliance's expansion, accusing them of harbouring terror groups including outlawed Kurdish militants, blacklisted by Ankara, the EU and the United States.
Any membership bid must be unanimously approved by NATO's 30 members.
"Neither of the countries have a clear stance against terror organisations," Erdogan said.
Sweden and Finland have failed to respond positively to Turkey's 33 extradition requests over the past five years, justice ministry sources told the official Anadolu news agency on Monday.
Turkey has rebuked Stockholm especially for showing what it describes as leniency towards the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK), which has waged a bloody insurgency against the Turkish state since 1984.