Russia Vows to Safeguard Its Security Against Finland’s NATO Membership

The Kremlin said that Finland’s accession to NATO does not contribute to strengthening stability, but creates an additional threat to Russia, and we will take measures and everything necessary to ensure Russia’s security.

Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said: “Of course, this is an event that does not contribute to strengthening stability and security on the European continent. This poses an additional threat to us and obliges us to take the necessary measures to restore the balance of the entire security system. system.”

Peskov pointed out that specific steps to restore balance have not yet been determined and this will take some time: “Concrete steps to restore balance are not a single procedure, but rather a process and several measures taken over time … and everything that is necessary to ensure our security, will be taken and implemented.

Finland officially became the 31st member of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) yesterday, having received its document of accession to the alliance.

Yesterday, Finnish Foreign Minister Haavisto Pekka handed over his country’s NATO membership document after signing it to US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken in the presence of NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg.

Source: News

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