Government support for NATO accession

Finnish leaders yesterday reaffirmed their intention to apply to join NATO. Finnish President Sauli Niinistö and head of government Sanna Marin announced the move at a press conference in Helsinki. Marin’s ruling Social Democratic Party (SDP) had come out in favor of the move on Saturday. This means that a majority in parliament for NATO membership is considered certain.

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