A slap-like response to Putin’s threat!

Russian President Vladimir Putin said Russia does not see Finland and Sweden’s decision to join NATO as a threat, but deploying military infrastructure there could trigger an answer from Moscow, according to the last-minute development in the AFP. The decision from Sweden was considered a ‘jet response’ to Putin, following developments.

The world’s agenda is Finland and Sweden’s NATO membership. The two countries took their first steps to become members of the alliance, while Russian President Putin announced. Russia does not see Finland and Sweden’s decision to join NATO as a threat, but deploying military infrastructure there could trigger an answer from Moscow, Putin said at a televised summit of the collective Security Treaty in Moscow. The latest news from Sweden following the developments has led to the return of all eyes to Baltic geography. Swedish Prime Minister Magdalena Andersson and the leader of the main opposition party, Ulf Kristersson, announced at a joint press conference that they have decided to apply to NATO.

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