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Ukraine Situation Report: Turkey Cuts NATO Membership Deal With Finland, Sweden | The Drive

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The Department of Defense is gathering data on the extent to which NATO and other nations share intelligence.

Turkey, Sweden, and Finland reach an agreement that removes a significant obstacle to the two Nordic countries’ NATO membership. In return for NATO membership, Sweden and Finland agreed to consider the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) to be “terrorists.” The deal prepares the way for a vote by the 30-member alliance, which needs unanimous approval for any new members. More than a week after being assaulted, satellite data reveals that a Black Sea gas drilling facility under Russian control is still ablaze. Russia reacted with 14 missiles that struck an Odesa warehouse.

How much intelligence the United States has provided to Ukraine has been questioned. DoDIG wants to know how well the Pentagon “conceived, planned, and implemented cross-domain intelligence sharing with European partners.” DoDIG requests assistance from numerous U.S. military commands to assess the amount of information sharing. President Joko Widodo of Indonesia visited Ukraine and will later go to Russia. A video depicts a Russian missile assault on a Kremenchuk retail complex. There have been 2,811 Russian missile strikes against Ukrainian cities.

Source: https://www.thedrive.com/the-war-zone/ukraine-situation-report-turkey-cuts-nato-membership-deal-with-finland-sweden


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