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Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin and Swedish Prime Minister Magdalena Andersson met in the Swedish capital Dec to discuss NATO membership. The two leaders made the statement at a joint press conference after the bilateral meeting. Marin said that it will be decided whether Finland will become a member of NATO in the coming weeks. “We use this process by analyzing and obtaining common opinions about the future,“ Marin said. “However, the process will be quite fast,” said Marin, who did not give an exact date for deciding on NATO membership. Everything will happen in weeks, not months,” he said. The Finnish government will present to parliament today the analysis of Russia’s “white paper” on changes in the country’s security strategy in the wake of the Ukrainian attacks. Parliament is expected to start discussing NATO accession in the coming weeks in light of the white paper. Swedish Prime Minister Andersson said: “This is the most important period in our history. The security environment has completely changed. We have to think about what is best for Sweden, for our security and for peace,” he said.

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  1. The Head statement is inappropriate. You are dealing with a superpower capable of destruction. The wise thing to do is to control the ego and look at what best is for the people who put them in power. Make a sovereign decision and not play lapdog to others.

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