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Putin warns Russia will respond if NATO boosts Finland and Sweden's military strength

Sky News Monday, 16 May 2022
Putin warns Russia will respond if NATO boosts Finland and Sweden's military strengthVladimir Putin has said Russia has no issue with Finland and Sweden, but warned Moscow would react to the expansion of military infrastructure on their territories as both countries move closer to joining NATO.
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