Finland puts on the helmet

The joint petition of the Finnish president and prime minister to their parliament, requesting that it approve Finland's request to join NATO is a phenomenon of particular significance.

Finland puts on the helmet

The joint petition of the Finnish president and prime minister to their parliament, requesting that it approve Finland's request to join NATO is a phenomenon of particular significance. Being a country of only 5.5 million inhabitants and yet with an area of ​​338,000 km2 (equivalent to 67% of Spanish territory), its entry into NATO has more geopolitical than strictly military significance. In the first place, it means a political strengthening of the Alliance by increasing the number of its members (from 30 to 31). It also shows the bankruptcy of that country's non-alignment policy, which has been in force for eight decades. It also marks the collapse of the 'status quo' in the North


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