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NATO says it sees no threat of Russian attack

NATO says it sees no threat of Russian attack NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg (GettyImages)
Author: Maria Kholina

NATO does not perceive a direct threat from Russia to the member countries of the Alliance, according to NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg.

Today, June 6, Stoltenberg arrived in Finland for a visit and met with President Alexander Stubb.

During a joint press conference, the NATO Secretary General stated that there is currently no immediate threat of an attack from Russia.

He emphasized that NATO remains the strongest military force in the world.

Stubb, in turn, said that the best way to prevent war is to prepare for it. According to the Finnish president, there is currently no threat to Northern European or Baltic countries from Moscow.

Threats of war between NATO and Russia

Ukrainian authorities warn that Russia will not stop if it wins in Ukraine. According to President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, the next targets for Russian dictator Vladimir Putin could be the Baltic countries or Poland.

NATO rejects the possibility of a war with Russia, although they acknowledge that Putin poses a threat.

However, there are also countries warning about the potential for a conflict between NATO and Russia. Estonian intelligence suggests that a conflict could occur within the next 10 years. According to intelligence officials, Russia is already preparing for the next war.