This is how the Kremlin propaganda works

In the final stretch to join NATO after more than 200 years of military non-alignment, Sweden experience first-hand the Russian hybrid war in the form of disinformation. After all, Moscow is the main detractor of the Nordic country joining Finland in a military organization that feels ever closer to its borders. Only Finland shares 1,300 kilometers with Russian territory.

The Swedish town of The seal, where the world’s oldest, longest and largest cross-country ski race is held, hosted the annual Society and Advocacy Conference last Sunday. Among the guests was the Secretary General of NATO, Jens Stoltenberg.

In the midst of this idyllic snow-strewn winter wonderland, Swedish Prime Minister, Ulf Kristerssonassured that the Nordic country, as they do Norway and Denmark since they joined NATO in 1949, it will not harbor nuclear weapons on its territory when it is a full member of the organization.

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