Ukraine, Biden signs the treaty of Sweden and Finland joining NATO

Ukraine, Biden signs the treaty of Sweden and Finland joining NATO

Joe Biden signed the contract authorizing entry into the saddle Sweden and from Finland in the Atlantic Alliance: “NATO has proven to be an indispensable alliance for the world of today and tomorrow. Our alliance is stronger than ever, more united than ever.” The President of United States had a meeting with the Swedish Prime Minister Magdalena Andersson and the President of Finland Sauli Niinisto. He knows them White House, who adds: “The United States will work with Finland and Sweden to remain vigilant to security threats and to deter and manage aggression or threats of attack.” The two countries’ application for membership, Biden said, was a “turning point“For the Atlantic Alliance. The USA, the President reminded, are the 23. Country born to confirm the accession of the two new members. The request to the other Allies is to complete the ratification process “as soon as possible”. Finland and Sweden, Biden said, would make NATO “stronger” and the United States “more secure.” The President also underscored the bipartisan vote in the Senate with the 95 out of 100 votes for it the NATO accession of the two new allies was approved. A vote with which the United States “showed the world that they can still achieve great things” and with which they reaffirmed their “commitment” to NATO. “At a time when Putin’s Russia has shattered peace and security in Europe,” Biden said, “we are violently restating the alliance.” Biden concluded that the accession of Finland and Sweden would make NATO “stronger than ever”.

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On the same day, the Finnish Parliament’s website was made temporarily unavailable by a Suspicion of cyber attack today. Classroom officials have posted on social media that the site has suffered an attack DDoS (Distributed Denial of Service), which makes an online service unavailable to users. Security specialists are now working to limit the damage caused by the attack, which took place around 2:30 p.m. local time. According to Finnish TV Yle, Russian hackers are behind the attack. The TV mentions a post on Telegram in which the collective NoName057 (06) wrote that they had paid a “friendly visit” to neighboring Finland, which wants to join NATO. For Yle, it’s the same hacker group that has carried out cyberattacks on government institutions in Poland, Lithuania and Norway in the past. In May, Finland’s parliament voted for the country to join NATO, ending decades of neutrality due to changes in Europe’s security architecture caused by the war in Ukraine. Relations between the two countries, which share a 1,340 km border, have soured.

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