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Last minute! ‘NATO’ threat from Putin to Finland and Sweden

Breaking news… Russia, which made a statement regarding the NATO step of Finland and Sweden, threatened with the words “It would be a big mistake”. Russia also threatened that this move would have “far-reaching consequences”.

Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Ryabkov described the possible involvement of Finland and Sweden as a ‘big mistake’.has far-reaching consequences‘ he threatened.

According to the report of Interfax; “The situation, of course, is changing radically in light of the circumstances. But it is clear to us that the security of Sweden and Finland cannot be strengthened as a result of this decision. They should not have such illusions,” Ryabkov said.

Ryabkov also said, “The general level of military tension will increase, predictability in this area will decrease. It is a pity that common sense is being sacrificed to some fictitious provisions.”

NUCLEAR WARNING WAS MADE

Russian state television said yesterday that Moscow could deploy tactical nuclear weapons on European borders if Finland and Sweden allow military bases on their territory after joining NATO.

A commentator on the process at Russia 1 said, “The official reason is fear. But they will be more afraid in NATO. As soon as NATO bases appear in Sweden and Finland, Russia will have no choice but to deploy tactical nuclear weapons and neutralize the threat.” .

MEDVEDEV WAS WARNED BEFORE

Former Russian President and Deputy Chairman of the Russian Security Council Dmitry Medvedev also said weeks ago that Russia could deploy nuclear weapons and hypersonic missiles in the Kaliningrad outer zone between Poland and Lithuania in response to NATO’s Nordic expansion.

Military experts underlined that this is Russia’s clearest warning about nuclear, and stated that with these statements, Russia could establish various alternative plans.

The details of the breaking news are being prepared…

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