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Good morning. Finland, Sweden closer to NATO entry, end of internal combustion engine era draws closer, Tesla lays off staff, and Scotland ratchets up independence push. Here’s what people are talking about.
Finland and Sweden took a major step on their way to NATO membership after Turkey dropped its opposition to their bids, all but ensuring the military alliance’s expansion on Russia’s doorstep. The move “sends a very clear message to President Putin,’’ NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said at the start of an alliance summit in Madrid. Turkey agreed to support inviting the two Nordic countries into the military alliance, after receiving pledges from Finland and Sweden addressing its security concerns. Meanwhile, Ukraine says it’s not wanted by NATO.
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June 29, 2022 at 05:23PM