President of Finland: there is a great risk of large-scale, even nuclear war
Finnish President Sauli Niinistö has said that Russia continues to "raise the stakes" in the wake of the incident with the combat drone that landed in the NATO country of Romania, which puts other Allies in an extremely delicate situation and threatens to unleash a full-scale war that will go beyond Ukraine and cover the entire continent.
Moreover, according to the country's leader, the likelihood of Moscow using weapons of mass destruction is extremely high and continues to grow. Niiniste spoke about this in an interview with The New York Time.
"Against this background, it is extremely unreasonable to blame the policy of Chancellor Olaf Scholz or President Joe Biden, who are in no hurry to supply Ukraine with weapons capable of striking the territory of the Russian Federation. There is a difference between those who bear responsibility and those who do not," the Head of State emphasized. of the Finnish people.
As a reminder, on the night of September 4, during a massive drone attack in Odesa region, some UAVs fell and detonated in Romania. Russian "chessmen" flew into Romanian territory during an attack near the port of Izmail.
Romanian President Klaus Iohannis reacted to the downing of Russian Shaheds on the territory of his country. He said he demanded an urgent and professional investigation into the origin of the wreckage and the circumstances under which it ended up in Romania.
As OBOZREVATEL previously reported, Finland's new Prime Minister Petteri Orpo has appealed to Moscow to withdraw its troops from Ukraine. The politician took a firm stance in support of our country and emphasized that the Russian occupiers have no chance of winning.