Finland Wants to Become Next Target for Russian Missiles – Russian Political Scientist

Finland continues to break ties with Russia and is actively striving to join NATO. The country has one step left, before it turns into a new target for Russian missiles, the Russian political analyst, Yevgeny Satanovsky, said.  

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Finnish authorities are actively changing the country’s foreign policy course to anti-Russian. Helsinki closes all joint projects, is engaged in the destruction of trade and historical ties with Moscow. According to political scientist, Russian orientalist and economist, one of the leading experts in the field of politics and economics of Israel, as well as other countries of the Middle East, founder and President of the Middle East Institute Research Center, Yevgeny Satanovsky, Finland’s neutral status has become a thing of the past, and the country has turned into another satellite of the US.

“The Americans and their allied European officials have brought Helsinki to heel,” Satanovsky noted.

At first, the rashness of such a decision will be felt by ordinary citizens who have lost their usual standard of living, the political scientist assures. Having embarked on anti-Russian rails, Finland will say goodbye to Russian markets and Russian raw materials.

However, a sharp decline in the economy will not be the worst. Becoming a member of NATO, the country will turn into an enemy of Russia, that is – a new target, the expert warned. This is exactly what Washington is trying to achieve, seeking to create many hotbeds of tension on the borders of the Russian Federation.

“And for Americans, Finns, Ukrainians, and Europeans in general are expendable, nothing more,” the specialist stressed.

According to the expert, the state created by Lenin and left independent by Stalin, forgot the gifts of Russia.

“The horse gets lots of food and is still no good,” Satanovsky summed up.

Ru-Main, 03.05.2022

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