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French Parliament Backs Accession of Sweden, Finland to NATO


The French parliament has voted to ratify the accession of Sweden and Finland to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), following the two Nordic countries’ bid to join the Western military alliance amid the ongoing conflict in Ukraine. France’s National Assembly voted by 209 in favor and 46 against the move on Wednesday, joining “twenty allies” who “have already ratified the protocols,” French Foreign Minister Catherine Colonna said. Meanwhile, U.S. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer has announced that the U.S. Senate will hold votes on approving both Finland and Sweden’s accession to NATO. According to Schumer, the debate will begin…

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