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Photos from: Sweden, Finland push ahead with NATO bids as Turkey objects




Emmi Korhonen, Lehtikuva via AP

Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin, center, attends a parliamentary vote on the NATO membership, at the Finnish parliament in Helsinki, Tuesday, May 17, 2022. Sweden on Tuesday signed a formal request to join NATO, a day after the country announced it would seek membership in the 30-member military alliance. In neighboring Finland, lawmakers are expected later in the day to formally endorse Finnish leaders' decision also to join. The moves by the two Nordic countries, ending Sweden's more than 200 years of military nonalignment and Finland's nonalignment after World War II, have provoked the ire of the Kremlin.



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