Finland has no plans to join NATO at the moment, Finnish Foreign Minister Peka Haavisto said today amid rising security tensions between neighboring Russia and Ukraine.
“Finland is not discussing NATO membership with it, nor does Finland have such a plan in place. Finland's security policy remains unchanged,” Haavisto told reporters in a teleconference after a meeting of its foreign ministers. European Union in France.
Yesterday, Thursday, US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken hinted in an interview with MSNBC that Finland wants to join the North Atlantic Alliance.
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