Swedish PM Ulf Kristersson met with Finland's Sanna Marin (SDP) on Thursday at his official residence in Stockholm.
At a joint press conference in Stockholm, Marin and Kristersson stressed that the two countries aim to join Nato by July.
Prime Minister Sanna Marin (SDP) met on Thursday with her Swedish counterpart Ulf Kristersson in Stockholm, becoming the first prime minister to visit since he took office last October.
Both said they still hoped to join the western military alliance before its Vilnius summit on 11-12 July.
"We clearly both tick all the boxes for Nato membership," said Marin.
The Swedish PM said he believed this would help to resolve the stalemate over the application.
The move came months after an agreement with Turkey on fighting terrorism aimed at overcoming its objections to Swedish Nato membership. »