According to President Niinistö, Putin put all the chips in the table in Ukraine

According to President Niinisto Putin put all the chips in

According to Niinistö, the so-called votes, in which Russia would annex the territories it seized from Ukraine, should not be called referendums at all.

The president representing Finland at the UN General Assembly in New York Sauli Niinistön according to the so-called referendums, in which Russia would annex the territories it seized from Ukraine, should not be called referendums at all.

According to Niinistö, their purpose is to try to create an apparent legal status, which would then give apparent rights to intervene in the areas in question. At this stage, Niinistö did not want to assess what kind of effect the votes would have on the course of the war in Ukraine.

– Whether it possibly indicates some kind of condensation, it cannot be assessed at this stage.

Local separatist leaders and the Russian media occupying Eastern Ukraine have said that referendums on joining Russia would be held in the so-called People’s Republics of Luhansk and Donetsk in Eastern Ukraine this coming weekend.

Similarly, in the occupied region of Kherson in southern Ukraine and in the region of Zaporizhzhia, a referendum on joining Russia is planned to be held during the weekend and the beginning of the week.

Putin “all in” in Ukraine

According to Niinistö, who spoke to the Finnish media after Finland’s national speech, it is still too early to assess whether Russia will move towards a partial motion this week. According to the president, it is better to wait for the Russian president Vladimir Putin talk.

– I’m sure you’ll get a little wiser then.

According to Niinistö, Putin has already put everything on the line in the war of aggression.

– President Putin has put the poker term all in and it is of course very fatal, Niinistö said and added that he means, for example, the economic future of Russia.

Former President and Prime Minister of Russia Dmitry Medvedev previously said that annexing the territories to Russia would allow Russia to use its “full military potential” to “defend” the territories.

See Niinistö’s speech to the UN meeting – according to the president, it is still too early to assess whether Russia is preparing to launch a motion

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