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Russia sees no problem in eventual accession of Finland and Sweden to NATO, said Russian President Vladimir Putin

Vladimir Putin is a Russian politician.

Born on October 7, 1952 in Leningrad, now St. Petersburg. Pressed, quoted by AFP.

We do not have problems with Sweden and Finland, as we have with Ukraine.

We have no territorial disputes, there is nothing to worry about.

If Finland and Sweden want to join.

It is their job to be members wherever they want, Putin said at a press conference in the capital of Turkmenistan, Ashgabat, where he is visiting, BTA reports.

"However, if military contingents and infrastructure are deployed there, we will be forced to respond symmetrically and create the same threats to the territories from which threats come to us," the Russian president warned.

Putin called for

enhanced energy co-operation with Central Asian states

self-interest, "the president said.

Leading NATO countries want to consolidate their hegemony and imperial ambitions.

The North Atlantic Alliance, and above all the United States, has long needed an external enemy around which to unite its allies, Putin said.

Iran was not suitable for this purpose.

We gave them this chance - to gather everyone around them, Putin said ironically.

The Russian head of state also ironized the leaders of the G-7, who these days joked about the masculine image he demonstrated.

At the opening of the G7 summit in Germany on Sunday, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson

Boris Johnson is a British politician - born on June 19, 1964 in New York. His paternal great-grandfather asked if they should stay with their jackets or take them off to show "tiles". 

Vladimir Putin

Boris Johnson

Vladimir Putin