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Norway, Sweden and Finland have joined forces to provide a special route for military transportation in the Arctic. The route is designed to transport military equipment and personnel to Finland. The reason for this is the growing tension against Russia in the region.

Norwegian Prime Minister Jonas Gahr Støre described the decision as an important milestone for the region after meeting with Swedish Prime Minister Ulf Kristersson and Finnish President Alexander Stubb. It will now guarantee fast and safe personnel and military equipment transportation from Norwegian ports to Finland via Sweden.

This is one of the security measures taken after Finland and Sweden joined NATO. These countries had been militarily neutral for decades until they joined NATO. Finland joined NATO in April last year and Sweden last March.

Since their accession, Russia's preparedness in the Arctic has increased. The Arctic has also grown internationally as the ice sheet retreat has opened up important shipping routes and improved access to the region's natural resources.


Albania News Agency


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