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Putin says he does not want to fight NATO, threatening Finland immediately after

Oleksiy LutykovNews
Putin promised Finland problems with Russia

Russian dictator Vladimir Putin said that the aggressor country, Russia, does not intend to fight NATO and does not want to spoil relations with the North Atlantic Alliance. However, Russia's chief war criminal threatened Finland with "problems" immediately after.

The Kremlin leader revealed that Finland would face problems if it joined NATO. Putin told Russian propaganda media about this.

The Kremlin's leader said that Russia and NATO have no territorial claims against each other. He also added that the terrorist country of Russia has no desire to "spoil relations" with the West.

"Russia has no reason and no interest - neither geopolitical, nor economic, nor political, nor military - to fight with NATO countries," the war criminal said.

At the same time, the dictator commented on Finland's accession to NATO and immediately threatened the country with "problems." Putin said that the Russian occupation army now intends to create a so-called "Leningrad military district".

"They dragged Finland into NATO. Did we have any disputes with Finland? All disputes, including those of a territorial nature, were resolved long ago in the middle of the 20th century. We have the kindest, most cordial relations," the Russian dictator said.

It is worth noting that the length of the Finnish-Russian border is about 1,300 kilometers.

Putin says he does not want to fight NATO, threatening Finland immediately after

As a reminder, Finnish Prime Minister Petteri Orpo explained why his country closed the border with the aggressor country Russia. The reason for this was hybrid attacks by Russia, which targeted the sovereignty of Finland and the European Union.

Earlier, it was reported that the Finnish government had published a decree stating that the country was breaking off bilateral border cooperation with the aggressor country Russia. Moscow announced this step a month before.

As reported by OBOZ.UA, Finland became a member of the North Atlantic Alliance on April 4, 2023, and this affected the lives of its citizens. Three months after this historic decision, most Finns say they now feel more secure.

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