Polish military advisors will go to Finland to help protect the Russian border 11.28.2023, 23:52

Jacek Sievera, head of Poland’s National Security Bureau, said Warsaw would send a group of military advisers to Finland to help protect the Russian border. This was reported by the official on the social network X. RIA News.

According to Sivera, one of the results of Finnish President Sauli Niinistö’s visit to Poland was Finland’s official request for support regarding the “hybrid attack” on the border.

Sievera noted that Warsaw would respond positively to Helsinki’s request. Polish military advisors will travel to Finland, where they will provide local assistance in protecting the Russian border.

Previously, First Deputy Chairman of the State Duma Defense Committee Alexey Zhuravlev statedHe said Finland had worsened the situation for its own citizens by closing the last checkpoint on the Russian border.

Previously Estonia introduced Vehicles with Russian license plates were banned from entering.



Source: Gazeta

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