Finland's accession to NATO is a geostrategic defeat for Russia
Head of the Ukraine-NATO Public League Serhii Dzherzh explained that the full-scale invasion forced neutral countries to reconsider their status
He told about this on Espreso TV channel.
According to him, Finland joining NATO would be a significant geostrategic setback for the Russian Federation. It remains unclear what Russia aimed to achieve with their declarations regarding NATO returning to the 1997 borders. Their aggressive and offensive policies ultimately prompted neutral countries like Finland to reconsider their status.
The politician emphasized that Russia's actions against Ukraine forced Finland to reconsider its neutral position. “Finland's entry into NATO would signify the end of the Russo-Finnish war, where the USSR occupied a portion of Finnish territory and forced them to declare neutrality. The full-scale invasion of Russia into Ukraine has compelled the Finns to review their position to prevent any further aggression on their land. It is evident that they wish to reside in a safe, European country,” he added.