The president of Finland, says that Putin 'All In' for Ukraine, affirms that Russia Malinter pretended how "arranged" west was here to help

World | Wednesday, September 21, 2022 at 7:02 AM

President Vladimir Putin announced a partial mobilization of his armed forces, which, according to Finnish president, Sali Niinisto indicates problems for the Russian army.

New, you can now listen to Fox News articles! Exclusive: the president of Finland remains deeply concerned about the nuclear risk posed by Russia, but argued that the announced partial mobilization of President Vladimir Putin indicates problems in the Russian army. In an exclusive declaration given to Fox News Digital after Putin's announcement on Wednesday, Finnish President Sauli Niinistö noted that: "As I said, Putin put everything.. The so-called referendums and possible annexions are supposed to create an image of the protection of the "Russian territory", Mother Russia ". His statement concluded: "All this further increases the risk of climbing. Russia's actions are dangerous and reprehensible," concluded Niinistö. The Finnish president spoke on Tuesday in Fox News Digital following his speech to the United Nations General Assembly and discussed his concerns concerning the nuclear threat of Russia as well as the fact that Russia did not fully understand To what extent the West was willing to help Ukraine. Putin initiates conscription to strengthen military invasion while Ukraine rises counter-offensive Asked about his concerns concerning a nuclear disaster in the context of the invasion of Ukraine by Russia, the Finnish president told Fox News Digital: "I am very concerned about the fact that if we think Putin did in Poker terms - He put all this and ... the one who put it all could be quite dangerous. This is what I think. I would not want to talk about nuclear war, but it is not a Easy situation. " He noted that "nobody at the end of February understood how well we understand the problems of Ukraine, how Westerners think they are involved and ready to help". Niinistö remains concerned about Putin's threats, saying that the Russian president is "quite dangerous", but that he has so far seen no direct reprisals of Russia following the decision of Finland to join the 'NATO. US Intel shows that Russia has paid $ 300 million to influence foreign political parties "Nothing has happened so far," said Niinistö. "I decided to call Putin when I tell him that we are going to NATO, but in fact, he has taken it very calmly, and so far, we have not seen any major reaction." The United Nations General Assembly this year has focused heavily on the climate crisis in the world. The United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres stressed the need to support developing countries to strengthen resilience in the face of "devastating" climatic conditions. In his remarks at the General Assembly on Tuesday, he said that "climate change is an existential threat to the human race". He added that "a triple crisis of energy, food security and funding weighs particularly on vulnerable countries" and that the global community "should not become indifferent or apathetic in the face of these multiple crises", including the war in Ukraine. He said that Fox News Digital hoped that humanity could meet to end war, which is "made by humans directly", but that we have fought against climate change "for generations" and that it is not easy to stop. Click here to get the Fox News app He concluded that "when we face other problems, such as war, such as increase in interest rates or whatever.

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