Russian President Vladimir Putin discussed potential threats from Finland’s and Sweden’s decision to join NATO and a number of other topics with the permanent members of the Russian Security Council.
“[The participants] had an exchange of opinions regarding the decision of Finland and Sweden to join NATO and the threats for Russia’s security it causes. They also touched upon a number of issues within the context of the upcoming CSTO Summit Monday”, - said Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov.
The meeting was attended by Defense Minister. Along with ongoing issues, Sergey Shoigu informed the participants about the progress of the so-called special military operation.