Finns Call Putin After Russia Cuts Electricity Supplies Amid NATO Spat

Finland and Sweden are poised to jettison decades of military non-alignment to join NATO as a defence against feared further aggression from Russia.

Moscow has warned Finland, with whom it shares a 1,300-kilometre (800-mile) border, that it would take “reciprocal steps”.

Hours after Finland’s grid operator said Russia had pulled the plug on electricity supplies overnight, President Sauli Niinisto spoke to his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin.

One response to “Finns Call Putin After Russia Cuts Electricity Supplies Amid NATO Spat

  1. They were warned by many people, including Trump, not to rely on Russia for their energy needs. They wouldn’t listen. Now they know why.

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