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Finland’s parliament overwhelmingly permitted Tuesday a proposal to put collectively for membership in the NATO protection power alliance in a ancient protection shift introduced about by the ongoing battle in Ukraine.

President Sauli Niinisto and the government determined formally on Sunday that Finland would put collectively for membership however the resolution became pending parliament’s approval.

Of the 200 lawmakers, 188 voted in prefer and eight in opposition to the application, Speaker Matti Vanhanen talked about.

International Minister Pekka Haavisto talked about the resolution became no motive to celebrate because “there’s battle in Europe.”

“Finland’s membership in NATO will not alternate our fashioned thinking that we are going to continuously look peaceful solutions and we’re a peace-loving nation that can first of all look diplomatic solutions to each battle,” he talked about in the midst of the controversy.

Opponents to the application integrated some lawmakers from the Left Alliance, piece of Finland’s 5-birthday celebration coalition, amongst them Markus Mustajarvi who challenged the resolution with a counter-proposal resulting in it being build to the vote.

“Our border would change into the border between the protection power alliance and Russia. Unique tensions would not be a risk simplest in the midst of the application direction of but moderately a singular and permanent condition of our foreign and security protection,” he talked about.

Early on Tuesday, the foreign affairs committee determined to model up for the notify management in proposing to parliament that the Nordic country must calm put collectively for membership.

“Having heard a really superb want of experts and having received the opinions of 10 (parliamentary) committees, the foreign affairs committee has the same opinion with the government that Finland must calm put collectively for membership in NATO. This resolution is unanimous,” Chairperson Jussi Halla-aho counseled journalists.

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