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Head of the Russian mercenary force Yevgeny Prigozhin has contradicted Kremlin claims that Nazis lead Ukraine.
Turkey ratifies Finland NATO bid, but awaits final parliament approval
Finland and Sweden applied to NATO 10 months ago, after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has yet to approve Sweden’s bid.
Swedish lawmakers vote to endorse NATO accession
Swedish parliament voted in favour of NATO accession.
China must condemn Russia's war to be 'serious' on peace: Stoltenberg
The NATO Secretary General said China needs to "understand Ukraine's perspective" and engage with President Volodymyr Zelenskyy.
Turkey's president asks parliament to ratify Finland NATO membership
Turkey President Erdogan asks parliament to ratify Finland NATO membership
'NATO membership train is moving': Hungary, Finland leaders in Turkey
The governments in Ankara and Budapest are the last two hold-outs to approve NATO membership bids for Sweden and Finland.
Moldova Defence Minister says country threatened by Russian propaganda
Moldova does not currently face “imminent military danger”, but is subject to “hybrid warfare generated by Russia” in a bid to “overthrow state power”, according to its defence minister Anatolie Nosatii.
Hungary finds itself increasingly isolated amongst NATO allies
Hungary is becoming increasingly isolated within the NATO military alliance. And since the war in Ukraine began, it has lost one of its key patrons: Poland.
'Reflexes die hard’ as women underrepresented in diplomacy: ambassador
France's ambassador to NATO told Euronews that the higher the level of defence and security meetings, the fewer women are present, something she says should change.
What is NATO's 'tripwire' strategy and is it still relevant today?
Has reinforcing troops on Europe's eastern flank helped scare off enemies? Russia doesn't seem to be intimidated.
Who is sending heavy weapons to Ukraine, and is it enough?
"We should spend more time helping build beleaguered democracies and less time worrying about provoking authoritarian bullies who are probably going to invade anyway," Brad Bowmann tells Euronews
Finland's Parliament gives final approval for NATO bid
The measure was passed by 184 votes to seven to allow for Finland’s accession to the Western military alliance, clearing the last required national hurdle.
Finland takes step towards joining NATO without waiting for Sweden
The parliament in Helsinki is to debate and vote on joining the alliance without waiting for Sweden, or the approval of Turkey and Hungary.
NATO: Turkey says talks over Sweden and Finland's membership to resume
Ankara, which has been hostile to Swedish membership of NATO in particular, halted negotiations in January after anti-Turkish demonstrations in Stockholm.
Finland should be ready to join NATO, with or without Sweden
While there are several reasons why simultaneous accession remains the preferred option for all involved, Finland should be open to the prospect of joining without Sweden, Helmi Pillai argues.
'We'll defend every inch of NATO', Biden tells eastern Europe leaders
The US president held talks with the Bucharest Nine group of NATO's most easterly members in the Polish capital on Wednesday.
Biden hails Ukraine unity as Putin blames West for Russia's invasion
Speaking in Warsaw, the US president praised the West for standing up to Russian aggression, after Putin claimed the West was responsible for his war in Ukraine.
'Putin must not win' says Stoltenberg following Putin's address
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg affirmed the alliance's support for Ukraine in a joint press conference with Ukranie's Minister of Foreign Affairs, Dmytro Kuleba and the EU's top diplomat, Josep Borrell in Brussels.
Turkey says more concrete action needed to win its vote on expansion
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken on a visit to Turkey has repeats Washington’s support for Sweden and Finland’s quick accession to NATO.
Anti-war protests held across Munich outside the Security Conference
Outside the Munich Security Conference, thousands of demonstrators gathered to protest the war in Ukraine.