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Putin: Finland’s rejection of neutrality policy would be a mistake

The Presidents of the Russian Federation and Finland Vladimir Putin and Sauli Niinistö had a telephone conversation. According to the Kremlin website, there was a frank exchange of views regarding the Finnish leaders’ announced intention to apply for NATO membership.

During the conversation, Vladimir Putin stressed that Finland’s rejection of the traditional policy of military neutrality would be wrong, since there are no threats to the country’s security. According to the message, according to the Russian leader, such a change in the course of foreign policy by Finland could negatively affect relations between Moscow and Helsinki, which for many years were built in the spirit of good neighborliness and partnership cooperation, were of mutual benefit.

At the same time, the leaders referred to the situation in Ukraine. The Russian leader, in particular, made an assessment of the state of the negotiation process between the representatives of Moscow and kyiv. As the message emphasizes, the process is actually suspended by Ukraine, which shows no interest in a serious and constructive dialogue.


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