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Written by SOT.COM.AL 1 Korrik 2022
Russia will respond in kind "if NATO deploys troops and infrastructure in Finland and Sweden after they join the US-led military alliance." "With Sweden and Finland, we don't have the problems we have with Ukraine. They want to join NATO, to continue," Russian President Vladimir Putin said yesterday on Russian state television after talks with regional leaders in the former Soviet Central Asian state of Turkmenistan. "But they must understand that there was no threat before, while now, if military contingents and infrastructure are deployed there, we will have to respond and create the same threats to the territories from which threats are created against us," he said. said Russian President Vladimir Putin. President Putin added that it was inevitable that Moscow's relations with Helsinki and Stockholm would deteriorate due to their NATO membership. "Everything was fine between us, but now there may be some tensions, of course there will be," Putin said. "It is inevitable if there is a threat to us," the Russian president added. Putin made his comments after NATO member Turkey lifted its veto on Finland and Sweden joining the alliance after the three countries agreed to protect each other's security. The move means Helsinki and Stockholm can go ahead with their application to join NATO, marking the biggest change in European security in decades. At the summit held on Wednesday, NATO invited Sweden and Finland to join the alliance, thus starting the process of joining the two Nordic countries. Helsinki and Stockholm have so far kept a military distance. The expansion of the alliance will expand its land border with Russia by more than 1,300 kilometers.