The UK government has called on Hungary to speed up the process of NATO’s expansion by approving the membership of Sweden and perfecting terms on the status of Finland to further strengthen the alignment.


UK foreign secretary, David Cameron said this during a visit to Poland, restating his government’s commitment to the development of the bloc and it members, the protection of national sovereignty in the wake of invasions and broken diplomatic relations ravaging the world.



Cameron also expressed hope that his visit to the eastern European country will foster deeper ties on similar issues including mass migration which he said was a common headache for both countries.


On his part the Polish Foreign Minister Radoslaw Sikorski hinted at an improved arms industry in E.U member states, to enforce sanctions on erring countries and maintain a balance within the bloc, without prejudice.



Sikorski who hailed the UK for partnership and collaboration in the past, expressed hopes that further discussions can be held in furnishing the already established relationship for the good of both entities.

February 15, 2024

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