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Albania has officially given the green light to Sweden and Finland's membership in NATO.
It was the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Olta Xhaçka, who announced the decision taken today at the meeting of the Council of Ministers.
"We formally agreed on the expansion of the Alliance and the inclusion of these two countries. These protocols will then be passed for ratification in the Assembly and when this ratification procedure has been carried out in the parliaments of the 30 NATO member states, but also by the parliaments of Finland and Sweden, it will be possible to accept them de jure in The North Atlantic Treaty ', Xhaçka said.
Finland and Sweden have applied to join NATO, following the Russian aggression in Ukraine.