Sweden & Finland Commit To Join NATO Together


Helsinki: Ulf Kristersson, the newly elected prime minister of Sweden, and Sanna Marin, her host and Finnish counterpart, discussed how to further advance bilateral collaboration, particularly as they move toward NATO membership.

According to reports in the media, the two prime ministers stressed the value of collaboration between Finland and Sweden on Friday, particularly in view of Sweden’s potential NATO membership.

“In the current difficulties, this partnership has an especially crucial function. The Finnish government said in a statement that developing supply security and fending against hybrid threats are two specific areas where collaboration should be expanded.

The two leaders concurred that both of their nations should enlist in NATO simultaneously.

According to Kristersson, “The trilateral agreement between Finland, Sweden, and Turkey is valid, and we are committed to fulfilling our commitments under that agreement.” The accord opens the door for the NATO allies to extend invitations to Finland and Sweden to enlist.

Kristersson made his first international trip since taking office as prime minister last week. He also spoke with Sauli Niinisto, the president of Finland.

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