Finland’s president says Putin is ‘all in’ for Ukraine, claims Russia misunderstood how West was willing to help

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Specific: The President of Finland is deeply concerned about the nuclear risk posed by Russia, but argued that President Vladimir Putin’s announced partial mobilization indicates problems in the Russian army,

In an exclusive statement to Fox News Digital following Putin’s announcement on Wednesday, Finnish President Souli Niinisto said that: “As I have said, Putin has put everything down. The decision to partly mobilize Russia’s war in Ukraine.” Signs of growing problems in

His statement concluded: “All this increases the risk of further escalation. Russia’s actions are dangerous and reprehensible,” concluded Niinisto.

The Finnish president spoke to Fox News Digital on Tuesday after his address to the United Nations General Assembly, and discussed his concerns Russia’s nuclear threat As well as the fact that Russia did not fully understand the extent to which the West was ready to assist Ukraine.

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Asked about his concerns about a nuclear catastrophe in the context of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the Finnish president told Fox News Digital: “I am very concerned about the fact that if we think that Putin is going to play poker. In terms of what they are doing – they have to put it all and… the one who put everything can be quite dangerous. So that’s what I’m thinking. I don’t want to talk about nuclear war, but this one It’s not an easy situation.”

He added that “no one really understood at the end of February how well we understand Ukraine’s problems, how much Westerners feel they are involved and willing to help.”

President Saulie Niinisto meets with UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres in September.  20, 2022, in New York.

President Saulie Niinisto meets with UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres in September. 20, 2022, in New York.
(Agatom Strom/Permanent Mission of Finland to the United Nations)

Niinisto is concerned about Putin’s threats, says the Russian president is “quite dangerous”, but has yet to see a direct response from Russia. After Finland’s decision to join NATO,

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“So far nothing has happened,” said Ninisto. “I decided to call Putin when I was telling him we were going to NATO, but actually, he took it very calmly, and so far, we haven’t seen any major reactions.”

President Niinisto speaks at the summit of the Crimea Forum on August 23, 2022.

President Niinisto speaks at the summit of the Crimea Forum on August 23, 2022.
(Matthew Pore / Office of the President of the Republic)

This year the United Nations General Assembly climate crisis stressed The world is facing. UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres stressed the need to support developing countries to confront “devastating” climate conditions.

President Niinisto delivered the national speech of Finland at the 77th session of the United Nations General Assembly.

President Niinisto delivered the national speech of Finland at the 77th session of the United Nations General Assembly.
(Agatom Strom/Finnish Mission to the United Nations)

In his remarks at the General Assembly on Tuesday, he said, “Climate change is a potential threat to mankind.” He noted that “a third of the crises of energy, food security and finance are falling especially hard on vulnerable countries,” and that the world community “should not become indifferent or indifferent in the face of these many crises,” including the war in Ukraine. also includes.

He told Fox News Digital that he hopes the human race can come together to end war, which is “created directly by humans”, but that we have fought against climate change “for generations”. And it’s not easy to stop.

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He concluded that “when we face other problems, such as war, such as raising interest rates or whatever, we are human, and we very easily put other problems to the side, and I don’t want that.” Climate change,” he insisted.

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