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Swedish PM proposes Brussels meeting with Orbán to discuss NATO accession

Swedish Prime Minister Ulf Kristersson has accepted Prime Minister Viktor Orbán's invitation to meet in Budapest to discuss Sweden's NATO accession and other bilateral matters, and discussion, he added, may also take place in Brussels next week.

In a letter, Kristersson said he agreed with Orbán that “more intensive dialogue” between their two countries would be beneficial.

Turkiye’s parliament ratified Sweden’s NATO accession on Tuesday. Hungary’s national assembly has yet to vote on the matter.

Orbán invited Kristersson to Budapest on Tuesday to discuss his country’s NATO accession and other bilateral issues.

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