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The Russian Foreign Ministry will respond to the entry of new members into NATO
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The accession of Finland and Sweden to NATO will not remain without Russia’s reaction. This was stated by Deputy Foreign Minister of the Russian Federation Alexander Grushko.

“It is clear that this change cannot remain without a political reaction, as well as without a very thorough analysis of the consequences of a new configuration of forces that may be formed as a result of the next expansion of the alliance,” Grushko said, RIA Novosti reports. According to him, the decision will not be made on emotions, but after a thorough analysis of the factors affecting the security situation in the region.

Finland plans to apply for NATO membership next week. Finnish President Sauli Niiniste and Prime Minister Sanna Marin back NATO membershipNevskiye news“. Sweden is going to make a decision on this issue on May 15, SVT reported, citing the press secretary of the country’s ruling Social Democratic Party, Tobias Baudin. Russia will have more opponents if new countries join NATO, they quote “Days.ru» Deputy Chairman of the Security Council of the Russian Federation Dmitry Medvedev.

The accession of Finland and Sweden to NATO will not remain without Russia’s reaction. This was stated by Deputy Foreign Minister of the Russian Federation Alexander Grushko. “It is clear that this change cannot remain without a political reaction, as well as without a very thorough analysis of the consequences of a new configuration of forces that may be formed as a result of the next expansion of the alliance,” Grushko said, RIA Novosti reports. According to him, the decision will not be made on emotions, but after a thorough analysis of the factors affecting the security situation in the region. Finland plans to apply for NATO membership next week. Finnish President Sauli Niiniste and Prime Minister Sanna Marin supported joining NATO, Nevskiye Novosti reports. Sweden is going to make a decision on this issue on May 15, SVT reported, citing the press secretary of the country’s ruling Social Democratic Party, Tobias Baudin. Russia will have more opponents if new countries join NATO, Dni.ru quotes Dmitry Medvedev, Deputy Chairman of the Security Council of the Russian Federation.

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