Hungarian parliament approves Finland’s NATO bid
Hungary’s parliament on Monday approved Finland’s bid to join NATO, ending months of delays and moving the Nordic country one step closer to becoming a full member of the Western military alliance.
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Hungarian lawmakers voted 182 in favor and only six against, with no abstentions. The vote came after the Hungarian government frustrated allies in NATO and the European Union by repeatedly delaying the measure for months after nearly all other members of the alliance had ratified Finland’s bid.
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With Hungary’s approval, Turkey is now the only one of the 30 NATO members that has not ratified Finland’s accession to NATO.
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Admitting a new country requires unanimity from all member countries.
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