(THIS ARTICLE IS ONLY MACHINE TRANSLATED by Google from Norwegian)
President Trump has announced that the United States is withdrawing from the INF agreement, which since 1987 has prevented the deployment of medium-range missiles in Europe. It is then a paradox that Europe is the only continent where the majority of countries have so far not supported the UN nuclear ban.
Nor is the Norwegian government and the parliamentary majority particularly enthusiastic about the nuclear weapons ban. This is contrary to our obligations to NATO, says Erna Solberg. So does the Labor Party, despite the fact that, through government cooperation with the SV and Sp, the party actually took the initiative in the process that led to the ban.
When Trump disregards Europe, the question is: Which country will be the first NATO country to break Trump's loyalty? It could be Spain. The way it will happen may be interesting for Norwegian accession.
The Prime Minister of the Spanish Socialist Party, Pedro Sánchez, was completely dependent on the Podemos party to get a majority for a state budget. . .
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