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Sunday, November 19, 2017

The President of Finland spoke out against the country’s entry into NATO


The President of Finland Sauli Niinistö has said he would not support the country’s accession to NATO after he has studied the report of the international expert group on the implications for the country’s joining the Alliance, writes “Interfax”.

He explained his position by the fact that Russia clearly sees NATO as a threat. “They don’t want the threat close to their borders,” said the Finnish President.

Niinistö said that he sees no need to change the current policy, although the resolution of this issue should render the inhabitants of the country during the referendum.

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