February 3, 2023

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Russia has threatened to destroy Finland in just 10 seconds

Russian President Vladimir Putin, Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu and Alexander Zhuravlyov, Commander of the Western Military District of the Russian Armed Forces, are photographed aboard a Raptor patrol boat ahead of the Naval Day parade in St. Petersburg, Russia, on July 26, 2020. Kremlin via Sputnik / Alexei / REUTERS

A senior Vladimir Putin official threatened to bomb Britain and Finland in 10 seconds with his Satan 2 hypersonic missile.

Aleksey Zhuravlyov, deputy chairman of the Duma Security Council, boasted that Finland, which contacted Putin on Saturday to reveal his plans to join NATO, would be “destroyed in 10 seconds”. He added that his country was capable of hitting England in 200 seconds.

“If Finland wants to join this camp (by NATO), our intention would be completely legitimate: we will call into question the existence of this state. It is logical.”, According to Zhuravlyov Daily Mail. And paradoxically: “Finns should be grateful to Russia and its state for making Finland a country.”

“If they threaten our state, lo and behold Sharmad (Satan-2 missile) For you, and If you think Russia should not be there you will turn to nuclear ash“, He added.

Zhuravlyov was still graphic: We can attack with a sarmat from Siberia and reach the UK. And if we attack from Kaliningrad, the hypersonic limit time is 200 seconds. We do not have strategic weapons on the Finnish border, but the Kinsel class, which reaches Finland in 20 seconds, or 10.

File photo: Russian President Vladimir Putin attends a meeting with Finnish President Saul Ninisto on October 29, 2021 in the Kremlin, Moscow, Russia.  Via Sputnik / Michael Clementev / Kremlin REUTERS
File photo: Russian President Vladimir Putin attends a meeting with Finnish President Saul Ninisto on October 29, 2021 in the Kremlin, Moscow, Russia. Via Sputnik / Michael Clementev / Kremlin REUTERS

Announcements will take place later Russia suspends power supply to Finland This morning and whatFinnish President Sauli Ninisto will be in contact with Putin to officially announce his intentions to join NATO..

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“The conversation was direct and candid and went on without any hindrance. It was considered important to avoid tensions,” the Finnish head of state said in a statement. Finnish leaders are in favor of joining NATO and an official nomination is expected on Sunday.

This result A direct result of the war in Ukraine And Sweden is likely to follow the Finnish auction in the coming days.

Russian state television shows how quickly Putin's Satan-2 nuclear missile can reach British shores
Russian state television shows how quickly Putin’s Satan-2 nuclear missile can reach British shores

Russia’s electricity exports to Finland were suspended from Friday to Saturday nightThe Russian energy supplier said, hours after the announcement about it AFP Responsible for a Finnish sector.

The company responsible for importing Russian electricity to Finland, RAO NordicWith 100% of its Russian capital, it announced on Friday that it would cut off supply By default, Finland prepares to submit a nomination for NATO.

Launched from the Plechetsk Cosmotrom, the missile reached its target in the Kura mountain range on the Kamchatka Peninsula at a distance of 6,000 km.

Russian exports to Finland They are currently equal to zero. This has been reported since midnight (21H00 GMT)He said that AFP Timo GaucononResponsible for the operations of the Finnish operator Fingrid.


The network works by importing from Sweden, according to real-time information from FingridLast Friday it was announced that Russia could do without electricity.

Helsinki-based RAO is a subsidiary of InterRAO, a Nordic Russian company. On Friday, May 6, he justified his decision by not paying for the electricity supplied to Finland.

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No details were provided on whether these tariff issues were linked to European sanctions against Russia in the aftermath of the invasion of Ukraine.

The announcement to stop supplying electricity to Finland coincides with a Tensions between the two countries escalated as the Nordic country sought to submit its candidacy to NATO. In the days to come, probably Sunday.

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