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Sweden "should join NATO" to protect its security says PM Magdalena Andersson

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Swedish Prime Minister Magdalena Andersson says Sweden "should join NATO" as she questions whether the Nordic country's longstanding policy of military non-alignment remains appropriate with Russia's invasion of Ukraine "undermining the European security order that Sweden builds its security on." SOUNDBITE

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