Hungary promised to vote on Finland’s NATO membership in a week, says Foreign Minister Haavisto

Hungary promised to vote on Finlands NATO membership in a

The process progresses faster in Finland than in Sweden.

Hungarian Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó said that his country’s parliament will vote next Monday, March 27, on the ratification of Finland’s NATO membership, says the Finnish foreign minister Pekka Haavisto (green).

According to Szijjártó, there is no particular reason why Sweden has not ratified yet. As far as Finland is concerned, the process is progressing faster than Sweden, because Hungary had promised not to be the last to ratify.

Haavisto told the media about it after the meeting of the foreign and defense ministers in Brussels. During the meeting day, Haavisto also met his Hungarian foreign minister colleague.