In a significant move, the government of Finland has approved a series of legislative acts as part of the country’s accession to the Agreement on Cooperation on Atomic Information (ATOMAL), Report informs referring to TASS.

This agreement, dating back to 1965, is a crucial component of Finland’s commitments to NATO following its historic decision to join the alliance.

The ATOMAL agreement aims to establish a framework for the exchange of nuclear information among the United States, NATO member countries, and the military and civilian authorities of the alliance. This information is deemed essential for contributing to NATO’s common defense and security, as well as the potential use of nuclear weapons.