Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said Thursday (24 November) parliament would approve Finland and Sweden’s accession to NATO next year, with only Budapest and Ankara left to green-light their application, SIA refers to foreign media.
“As we have already informed Sweden and Finland, Hungary supports the NATO membership of these two countries. It will be on the agenda of the first session of parliament” next year, Orbán told reporters after meeting regional counterparts in Slovakia.
The first session of parliament next year is scheduled to begin in February.
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