June 27, 2022


Swedish Foreign Minister Ann Linde (6Th L), Defense Minister  Peter Hultqvist (5Th L) And Other Parliamentary Group Representatives Present The Result Of A Security Analysis At A Press Conference In Stockholm, According To Which  Nato Membership Would Increase Security For The Nordic Country. Sweden,  May 13, 2022. File Photo: Ninni Andersson/Swedish Government Agencies/Handout Via Xinhua. Sweden’s Ruling Social Democratic Party (Sap)  On Sunday Backed The Country’s Bid For Membership Of The North Atlantic  Treaty Organization (Nato), Marking A Sea Change In The Party’s Position As A Staunch Opponent Of The Military Alignment, Xinhua Reported. “We Social Democrats Believe That The Best Thing For Sweden’s Security Is If We Join Nato,” Sweden’s Prime Minister Magdalena Andersson, Also A Sap Leader, Said At A Press Conference Here After The  Extraordinary Meeting. The Change Of Position Of The Swedish Social Democrats Towards Nato Is Considered Historic, Since The Politicians Of The Party Clearly Stated That “Military Non-alignment Is The Basis Of Swedish Security Policy”.

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