Sweden describes Hungary's parliament's ratification of its accession to NATO as a "historic day" Sweden describes Hungary's parliament's ratification of its accession to NATO as a "historic day"

Sweden describes Hungary's parliament's ratification of its accession to NATO as a "historic day"

Sweden describes Hungary's parliament's ratification of its accession to NATO as a "historic day"

Swedish Prime Minister Ulf Kristersson described the Hungarian Parliament's ratification of his country's accession to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) as a "historic day," and Magdalena Andersson, leader of the Swedish Social Democratic Party, confirmed that her country will contribute to strengthening the security of the alliance.

Swedish Prime Minister Ulf Kristersson considered the Hungarian Parliament's ratification of his country's accession to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) a historic day.

“It is a historic day,” Kristersson said in a post on the X platform. “The parliaments of all NATO countries have approved Sweden’s membership in NATO.”

He added: "We are ready to assume our responsibility for NATO's security."

In turn, Magdalena Andersson, leader of the Swedish Social Democratic Party, said in a post on X: “Our country is on its way to becoming the thirty-second member of NATO,” stressing that Sweden will contribute to strengthening the alliance’s security.

For her part, former Swedish Foreign Minister Anne Linde said: “Sweden becomes the thirty-second member of NATO and our country will make the alliance stronger and safer,” and she continued: “It is a good day for security and cooperation .”​​​​​​

On Monday, the Hungarian Parliament approved Sweden's request to join the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), allowing Stockholm to obtain the ratification of all member states for its accession to the alliance.

On January 23, the Turkish Parliament ratified the draft law approving Sweden’s accession protocol to NATO.

Spain : Demonstrations demanding a ban on arms trade with Israel

Demonstrations took place in more than 100 cities and regions throughout the country under the slogans “Let’s stop genocide in Palestine” and “Stop arms trade with Israel.”

Leader of the Podemos Anatolia Party: We will submit a proposal to Parliament this week to impose a ban on arms trade with Israel

Hundreds of thousands of people demonstrated in Spain on Sunday to demand a ban on arms trade with Israel and support for Palestine.

The demonstrations were organized at the invitation of left-wing non-governmental organizations and some political parties in the country.

Demonstrations took place in more than 100 cities and regions across the country, under the slogans "Let's stop genocide in Palestine" and "Stop arms trade with Israel."

The demonstrators called on the international community to put pressure on Israel to stop its attacks on the Gaza Strip and achieve freedom for the Palestinians.

In a statement to Anatolia, Lonnie Pellara, leader of the Podemos party (far-left party participating in the government), said, “We will submit a proposal to Parliament this week to impose a ban on arms trade with Israel.”

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