British troops may go to Sweden and Finland: Boris Johnson unveils historic double deal

British troops could be deployed to defend Sweden and Finland if they are attacked by Russia, Boris Johnson said yesterday.

The Prime Minister unveiled a major new military pact with the two countries, which have both been threatened by the Kremlin in recent weeks after expressing interest in joining Nato.

The PM said the ‘mutual security assurances’ would see the countries involved come to each other’s aid in the event of an attack.

Asked whether British troops could be sent to Finland in the…

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