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US and Sweden sign Defence Cooperation Agreement

Swedish and NATO flags are seen printed on paper this illustration
Swedish and NATO flags are seen printed on paper this illustration taken April 13, 2022. REUTERS/Dad... Swedish and NATO flags are seen printed on paper this illustration taken April 13, 2022. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration/File Photo
Swedish and NATO flags are seen printed on paper this illustration
Swedish and NATO flags are seen printed on paper this illustration taken April 13, 2022. REUTERS/Dad... Swedish and NATO flags are seen printed on paper this illustration taken April 13, 2022. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration/File Photo

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The US and Sweden signed a Defense Cooperation Agreement. As the Nordic nation works to expand its military connections while waiting for approval to join NATO, the United States and Sweden signed a Defense Cooperation Agreement on Tuesday, according to the United States Department of State.

According to a written statement by the US Department of State, “Sweden is a strong and capable defense partner that champions NATO’s values, and it will further strengthen the Alliance once its NATO accession is complete.” “Sweden’s membership will strengthen our collective defense and enhance our ability to respond to security challenges in the Euro-Atlantic area.”

When asked about the timing of Sweden’s entrance to NATO, Swedish Defense Minister Pal Jonson expressed his optimism that it would occur “as soon as possible.” However, he did not estimate when Turkey and Hungary, the only two NATO members who have not yet given Sweden the go-ahead, would lend their support.

Through the promotion of stability, the dissuasion of possible aggressors, and the development of deterrent measures, this alliance substantially affects the security paradigms at both national and international levels. Additionally, it emphasizes a commitment to defending democratic principles and bolstering an international order founded on laws.

The agreement sets the path for the two countries to participate in cooperative military training and exercises. These projects aim to increase the interoperability level between the armed forces of the United States and Sweden. This will ensure seamless coordination in any prospective joint actions, ultimately resulting in an expanded collective defense capability.


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