Both bills ratifying the protocols received the “consent” of 114 deputies in the 140-seat parliamentary session. None of the deputies present in the session voted against or abstained.
Albanian Minister of Europe and Foreign Affairs, Olta Xhaçka, in her speech at the session, said that her country has supported Sweden and Finland’s NATO membership processes from the very first moments.
Describing Sweden and Finland’s invitation to join NATO as the most valuable decision of the hill that took place in Madrid, Xhaçka said, “We strongly believe in NATO’s open-door policy and this policy makes the alliance stronger and collective security more guaranteed. is Kosovo. ‘ or should be presented. he said.
Xhachka added that the membership of Sweden and Finland would affect the increase of security in the Euro-Atlantic area.
These bills also need to be approved by President Ilir Meta.
Sweden and Finland were invited to join NATO following the agreement they reached with Turkey on 28 June.
Membership applications of both countries must be voted on in the parliaments of all NATO member states.