Sweden and Finland Granted NATO Access by Turkey
Turkish President Tayyip Edrogan finally eases security measures in order for the Nordic countries to move down the NATO application pipeline.
Turkey has voted to lift its veto on Sweden and Finland joining NATO yesterday as growing concerns surround the ever-growing relationship between Russia and China as the two push back against the United States-led alliance.
Turkish President Tayyip Edrogan really came through yesterday as he finally put the pride aside and agreed upon a series of security measures to allow the two countries into NATO. The decision was said to be made at the summit. While one major obstacle was removed the next is the very long pending process from other member states.
"We are very happy that they are to join NATO and we hope that the final decision will be today.”
Said Polish President Andrzej Duda
All of the member states have agreed with Spanish PM Pedro Sanchez in saying that Russia and China will be identified as the main threats to NATO. This will be the first time China will be seen as a challenge and Russia will be having a listing change, once known as a strategic partner to NATO.