Eight more countries intend to join INSTEX

Sputnik News reported that eight more countries have decided to join INSTEX.

According to Nathalie Tocci, eight more countries intend to join INSTEX. She is an advisor to Federica Mogherini, former EU Vice-President and High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy in the EU Commission. However, Tocci did not go into more detail about which countries these were. According to Sputnik News, Sweden and Belgium had already been mentioned as candidates for accession.

Currently, France, Germany and Great Britain are members of INSTEX.

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