Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban announced that his country’s parliament will ratify Sweden and Finland’s accession to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) next year.
He said in a press statement, Thursday, that Hungary supports the accession of these two countries to NATO.
He pointed out that the issue of ratification will be included in the agenda of the first parliament session next year.
It is expected that the Hungarian Parliament will hold its first session during 2023 in February.
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Hungarian government officials have previously stated that Parliament will ratify Sweden and Finland’s accession to NATO in 2022.
It is noteworthy that on May 18, Sweden and Finland submitted an official request to join NATO, after the Russian war against Ukraine accelerated the decision to proceed with this path.