Finland joins NATO, Sweden welcomes Joe Biden

Biden also welcomed both countries upon joining NATO. These steps have been taken in the direction of giving a new shape to NATO after Russia’s attack on Ukraine.

Finland and Sweden join NATO

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Finland And Sweden now officially NATO alliance have become a part of. on Tuesday US President Joe Biden signed an Instrument of Ratification, with which the two countries became formal partners of NATO, the world’s largest security group. Biden also welcomed both countries upon joining NATO. These steps have been taken in the direction of giving a new shape to NATO after Russia’s attack on Ukraine. Russo-Ukraine War Ukraine’s intention to join the NATO alliance is also a reason behind this, due to which Russia was very concerned about its own security.

Joe Biden said, “From the demand to join NATO Finland and Sweden Making a sacred commitment that an attack against one is an attack against all. The US is the 23rd country to have approved the two countries as part of a NATO alliance and Biden said he spoke to top leaders of both countries before signing the retaliation, as well as to other countries to do the process as soon as possible. If possible, appealed to complete.

NATO is a security group of 30 countries

Both countries on Ukraine Russian President Vladimir Putin In view of its aggression, it had expressed its desire to join NATO only last year. NATO is a security group of 30 countries and the consent of all countries is necessary to join this alliance. It is believed that the rest of the countries can approve both Finland and Sweden to join NATO in the coming month. Three months ago both the countries applied for NATO membership and till now more than half of the countries have given approval to both.

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