Sweden and Finland reaffirm their intention to join Nato together
Joint NATO decision from Finland and Sweden
A joint NATO decision from Finland and Sweden — Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin and Swedish Prime Minister Ulf Kristersson said the security of the two countries is interdependent and they want to end together as they begin the NATO membership application process together.
Finland and Sweden are going together into Nato
Finland's prime minister, Sanna Marin, said at a news conference in Stockholm on Thursday that Sweden and Finland should join forces into Nato. 'We started the process together and we want to finish together, 'Marin said as the two prime ministers met the press after the meeting. Prime Minister Marin and Sweden's Prime Minister Ulf Kristersson met Thursday in Stockholm. The topic of the meeting was the countries' NATO applications.
Finland and Sweden want to go NATO together
Finland and Sweden have confirmed that they want to join forces on the path to NATO. Turkey, however, is still blocking this and complains in particular that Sweden is not taking decisive enough action against terrorists.