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Zelenski travels to a Sweden that is in the process of joining NATO after the lifting of the Turkish veto

Zelenski travels to a Sweden that is in the process of joining NATO after the lifting of the Turkish veto

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy arrived in Sweden today, where he will meet with the country’s Prime Minister. Ulf Kristerssonand with King Carl Gustafthe President reported via his Telegram account,

“Our main task is Strengthening of our air and ground defensesdevelop bilateral cooperation and security of the Euro-Atlantic space,” Zelenski continues in the message delivered after his arrival in the Nordic country.

According to his message, the Ukrainian leader is traveling with his wife Olena and also suggests: Visit the Swedish Parliament.

This was announced by Kristerson’s centre-right government on Tuesday a new aid package for Ukraine worth 3.4 billion crowns (287 million euros), to which the Parliament and the Finance Committee, responsible for approving the post, were urgently convened.

includes military aid Ammunition and parts for Panzer 90 and 122 and the Archer artillery system, which were delivered to Kiev months ago.

Since the beginning of the Russian invasion, Sweden has given Ukraine 12 military aid packages with a total value of about 17 billion Swedish crownss (1,437 million euros) and including several Leopard tanks

Zelenskyy’s visit to the Nordic country had not been previously announced, as is often the case when he travels abroad for security reasons.

Sweden, a country still awaiting the completion of its NATO integration process as Turkey failed to formalize ratification upon its accession, this week raised its terrorist threat level to its second highest – 4 on a scale of five .

The Kirstesson government’s decision was based on a number of factors, including: the protests of the Islamic world against repeated public burnings of the Koranthe last of which took place yesterday, in front of the Iranian embassy and again by Iraqi refugee Salwan Momika.

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