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The Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs responded to Finland and Sweden’s accession to NATO: Russia will fight back once threatened _Ukraine submits application to join OECD

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The Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs responded to Finland and Sweden’s accession to NATO: Russia will fight back once threatened _Ukraine submits application to join OECD

Original title: Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs responded to Finland and Sweden joining NATO: Russia will fight back if threatened

Sweden and Finland formally sign the NATO accession protocol (data map)

According to the overseas network on July 6th, according to the Russian TASS news agency, on the 6th local time, the Russian Foreign Ministry warned Finland and Sweden to join NATO, saying that once Russia finds that Finland and Sweden have implemented threatening measures against Russia, it will definitely fight back.

Alexei Zaitsev, deputy director of the Information Department of the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, said at a press conference on the 6th that after Finland and Sweden joined NATO, the influence of the United States in this region has expanded, and NATO will be able to deploy its military here. , complicating the security situation in the Baltic Sea and the Arctic region, therefore, Russia will respond to all threatening moves by Finland and Sweden.

On the 5th, 30 NATO member states signed the protocol of Finland and Sweden’s accession to NATO. NATO member states will approve the protocol according to their own procedures. This process usually takes about a year, and the prospect is still full of uncertainty. After the signing of the protocol, Finland and Sweden will enjoy the rights to participate in NATO meetings and obtain more NATO intelligence, but they are not yet protected by the NATO collective defense mechanism. (Overseas Network Wang Xiaoyu)

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