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IGORA, Leningrad region, June 22 (Itar-Tass) — Moscow will respond to the possible deployment of NATO attack missiles in Finland, President Vladimir Putin said on Friday.
“The involvement of any country in a military bloc deprives it of a certain degree of sovereignty, and some decisions are made at a different level,” he said.
“If the deployment of attack missiles is approved, the response will follow. Finland may say that it is a decision of NATO, but Russia will respond just the same. Do we need that?” he wondered.