Norway Denmark and Iceland support NATO

Norway Denmark and Iceland support NATO  Norway, Denmark, and Iceland support Finland and Sweden joining NATO and will defend them “by all means”


Following in the footsteps of its neighbor Finland, Sweden’s Social Democrat minority government announced the formal decision on Monday to apply for NATO membership, a move that will redraw the geopolitical map of northern Europe in a move that will redraw the footprints of its neighbor Finland.


France says it will support Sweden and Finland if attacked by Russia

After a discussion on security policy in parliament, Prime Minister Magdalena Andersson stated that there is a “wide majority” in favor of Sweden joining NATO. This statement was made after the debate. Joining NATO is the most beneficial course of action that can be taken by Sweden and its people.

Norway, Denmark, and Iceland strongly support Finland and Sweden joining NATO and will support the two countries “by any means necessary” if they come under attack, Norwegian Prime Minister Jonas Gahr Stre said in a statement. Stre also said that the three countries will support Finland and Sweden joining NATO if they join the alliance.



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According to Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen, Denmark will assist Finland and Sweden in the event that they will be victims of aggression on their territory prior to obtaining NATO membership. Denmark will assist Finland and Sweden in any way possible, immediately initiating preparations in order to solidify these security assurances.

Melanie Joly, the Minister of Foreign Affairs for Canada, stated that her country supported a “rapid” admission of Sweden and Finland into the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO).


“I would say we want a speedy admission of these two nations,” Joly told the media on Monday. “Canada not only favors their entrance (to NATO), but I would say we favor a quick accession of these two countries.”

Prime Minister Magdalena Andersson announced on Monday that the Swedish government has made the official decision to apply for membership in NATO. Her announcement came a day after the government of Finland announced that it will also apply for membership in NATO.

According to a statement released by the Elysee Presidential Office on Monday, French President Emmanuel Macron expressed his unwavering support for Sweden’s decision to become a member of the North Atlantic NATO military alliance. France is a member of NATO.

After surprising its partners in recent days by stating that it has misgivings about the admission of Finland and Sweden, Turkey spelled out its demands on Sunday in Berlin on the fringes of a conference of foreign ministers. Ankara stated that it desired for the Nordic countries to stop providing support to Kurdish militant groups that were present on their territory and abolish limitations on the transfer of certain types of armaments to Turkey.

“I’m optimistic that we will be able to handle the issues that Turkey has expressed in a way that doesn’t postpone the membership,” said Jens Stoltenberg, the Secretary-General of NATO. “I’m confident that we will be able to address the concerns that Turkey has raised.”

Despite their close cooperation with NATO over the past few years, Sweden and Finland’s vulnerabilities have been brought to light as a result of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, which Russia refers to as a “special operation.”

Alexander Grushko, the Russian deputy foreign minister, said in a statement that Moscow does not have any unfriendly intents toward Finland and Sweden and does not perceive any “genuine” grounds for those two nations to be joining the NATO alliance. Grushko made these statements.

He also reiterated the Kremlin’s earlier statement that Moscow’s response to NATO’s possible expansion will depend on how closely the alliance moves its military assets toward Russia and what infrastructure it deploys. This statement was made in response to an earlier announcement that NATO may expand.

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