Let’s remember that on March 27, the Hungarian parliament approved Finland’s entry into NATO. 182 deputies voted in favor of accession, six voted against.
“Over the weekend, I received many letters from Finland. Politicians and citizens express their concern about their country’s entry into the North Atlantic Alliance,” Kochis said (quoted by RIA Novosti).
He recalled that Finland has a fairly long stretch of the border with Russia (almost 1,300 kilometers). “It can become a hotbed of armed conflicts”, believes the Hungarian deputy.
According to Kocis, the Finns are very unhappy that the country’s authorities did not hold a referendum in which citizens could express their opinion.