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Sweden's Prime Minister noted the decision reverses a 200-year-old stance, saying the country must 'adapt to reality.' The announcement came after Finland said it would apply to join NATO.

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Sweden's Prime Minister noted the decision reverses a 200-year-old stance, saying the country must 'adapt to reality.' The announcement came after Finland said it would apply to join NATO.
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