After Ukraine, now Russia is in action mode against this country

Mumbai: The closeness of Finland and NATO is becoming a problem for Russia. This could be a major setback for Finland. Russia is in the mood for action after Finland announced its intention to join NATO. Recently, Finland announced that it is positive about joining NATO. Russia has not declared war on Finland. Russia has […]
 


After Ukraine, now Russia is in action mode against this country

Mumbai: The closeness of Finland and NATO is becoming a problem for Russia. This could be a major setback for Finland. Russia is in the mood for action after Finland announced its intention to join NATO. Recently, Finland announced that it is positive about joining NATO. Russia has not declared war on Finland. Russia has said it will cut off electricity supply to Finland on Saturday.

Russia’s Foreign Ministry says that it is committed to taking military, technical and other necessary steps to deal with these threats. Russia has argued that it did not pay the previous electricity bill. If Russia cuts power, the whole of Finland will be plunged into darkness. This move of Russia is being seen in terms of its relations with NATO.

1- Finland’s grid operator Fingerid said in a statement that the power supply would be cut from 1 pm local time. Fingerid said there was no threat to supplies and electricity from Russia, which accounts for 10 percent of Finland’s total consumption. The operator said Russian power cuts could be met by importing electricity from Sweden and producing domestically. Russia’s presidential office, the Kremlin, has made it clear that Russia sees Finland’s decision to join NATO as a threat.

 

2. The announcement of Finland and Sweden joining the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) has made the atmosphere in Northern Europe extremely tense. The Russian presidential office said it was a threat and would be answered. Meanwhile, the former British ambassador to Russia is claiming that Putin may strengthen his nuclear power in the Baltic region to teach Finland a lesson.

Finland announced that it would apply for NATO membership. It is expected that Sweden will soon follow Finland’s lead and apply for NATO membership. The move by Finland and Sweden will expand NATO’s western military alliance and bring it closer to the Russian border. That’s when Putin invaded Ukraine to prevent NATO from entering Russia’s borders.

 

Finland, which shares a long land border with Russia, will double its NATO border with Russia if it joins NATO. That’s why Russia has warned of military action. Ukraine’s President Zelensky recently said that there would have been no war if his country had joined NATO before the war. Tensions with Russia escalated after Ukraine’s announcement of NATO membership, which later escalated into a fierce war, which Russia called a “military action”.

This is going to be a major change in the security of Europe in the last several decades. During the Cold War, Finland and Sweden were neutral, but after the war in Ukraine, these two countries moved towards an entirely western camp.