Idea (Concrete)

Nuclear power, NATO and common policies

In short: Sweden and Finland should jointly apply for membership in NATO if possible, given Finland's location, etc. Is there a need for more electricity than can now be produced in the north with a view to expanding industries etc in northern Sweden and increased transition for electricity-intensive processes and electric cars, and given the climate issue, investment should be made in new nuclear power in the Nordic region. It is good if we can have more of a common focus on politics, immigration policy, the judiciary, etc. so that we in the Nordic countries can become more equal.

Anders, Hudiksvall

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