The Hungarian Parliament will ratify Finland’s and Sweden’s NATO membership early next year. This was announced by the Prime Minister Viktor Orban at a briefing after the meeting of the leaders of the Visegrad Group in Slovakia, reports the Guardian.
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The Hungarian government has already decided to support Finland and Sweden joining NATO, and the Hungarian parliament will put the issue on the agenda of its first session next year, Orban said.
Hungary and Turkey are still the only NATO members that have not yet responded to the applications of Finland and Sweden to join the North Atlantic Alliance.
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