Hungary plans to ratify the accession of Finland and Sweden to the North Atlantic Alliance as early as February 2023. This was stated by the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Finland, Pekka Haavisto, Yle reports.
According to the minister, he was told about the terms of ratification at the NATO summit in Bucharest by the head of the Foreign Ministry of Hungary, Peter Szijarto, on behalf of Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán.
At the same time, Haavisto noted that Hungary does not have any conditions for the ratification of the membership of Finland and Sweden in the Alliance.
It should be noted that Hungary and Turkey are the only states that have not yet approved the Euro-Atlantic integration of the two countries.