Expansion to the north planned: NATO advises heading to Ukraine – News

Status: 15/05/2022 11:05 am

NATO countries have announced that Finland and Sweden will soon be admitted to NATO. Germany would ratify the two countries’ accession “very quickly,” Federal Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock (Greens) said on Sunday during informal consultations with her NATO counterparts in Berlin. NATO Deputy Secretary-General Mircea Geoana was also “confident that the Allies” would consider possible requests from Helsinki and Stockholm “in a constructive and positive manner”. Turkey has opposed the admission of the two Nordic countries. The Finnish head of state announced last week that he wanted to apply for membership. Sweden intends to make a decision on this shortly. Then the parliaments have yet to agree.

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Successful evacuation: thousands leave Mariupol

A large convoy of Mariupol refugees has arrived in the Ukrainian city of Zaporizhia. According to authorities, it was the largest evacuation measure to date in the city’s heavily damaged city. Up to 1,000 vehicles took part. People first had to make their own way to Berdyansk, 80 kilometers away.

In the current situation, information on the course of the war, the bombing and the number of casualties by the official bodies of the parties to the Russian and Ukrainian conflict cannot be directly verified by an independent body.


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