The Finnish top state leader said the discussion inside Finland on NATO participation “will change” following the beginning of a conflict in Ukraine.
Russia has cautioned adjoining Finland on Friday of “genuine military and political” repercussions assuming the Scandinavian country selects to join NATO following the attack of Ukraine.
Russian unfamiliar service representative Maria Zakharova said during a week after week preparation that a Finnish expansion to NATO could have “unfavorable results.”
Finnish state leader Sanna Marin said on Thursday that the discussion inside Finland on NATO participation “will change” following the beginning of a Conflict in Ukraine.
Both Marin and Finland’s leader Sauli Niinisto unequivocally censured Russia’s assault on Ukraine.
“Regardless of earlier admonitions, today has come as a shock for us all and our most profound sentiments are with Ukrainian individuals,” Niinisto said.