British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Swedish Prime Minister Magdalena Andersson at a press conference. Photo: Reuters
New security arrangements were signed during Mr Johnson’s visit to the two countries yesterday.
The above agreements will increase intelligence sharing, promote military training activities and joint exercises.
Mr Johnson also pledged to support the armed forces of both Sweden and Finland should the two countries face the risk of crisis or attack.
Finland and Sweden, two traditionally neutral countries, are considering the possibility of joining NATO and may apply to join the alliance in May, marking a major change in the policy of the two Nordic countries. .
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