On July 5, in Brussels, Sweden and Finland signed a protocol on joining NATO. After the new states and current members have signed the protocol, it must be ratified in each of the countries of the Alliance. Canada, Poland, Denmark, and Norway were the first countries to ratify the protocol in their parliaments. Germany joined the circle today. According to Bild, the Bundestag supported the accession of Finland and Sweden by a majority vote and ratified the document.
"At its last meeting before the summer break, the Bundestag overwhelmingly approved the entry of Finland and Sweden into NATO," Bild.
We remind you that the states applied for membership on May 18, issues with Turkey were resolved on June 29, and the process of ratifying the protocol between NATO countries is already underway. According to Jens Stoltenberg, the process could take several months.