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Ukraine: Sweden and Finland may soon join NATO

Sweden and Finland could join NATO soon to avoid the risks of what is happening in Ukraine. There is talk of June 2022, on the occasion of the Madrid summit

Sweden and Finland may soon join NATO. Moreover, they could even do so as early as June, according to rumors of local sources. The cause is the invasion of Russia in Ukraine, which has frightened all the nations on the border with the Federation, which fear they will be the next victims. This, especially after President Vladimir Putin threatened reactions should they join the Atlantic Alliance. As further confirmation, in the past few hours Russian troops have been spotted near the Finnish borders, in what appears to be the beginning of a full-blown military build-up, just as happened with Kyiv. In fact, the requests from Stockholm and Helsinki could be officially presented at the NATO summit in Madrid on 29 and 30 June 2022.

To counter Russia, a new “Gorizia Line” and an InfoWar center similar to the CCDCOE in Tallinn are being looked at

The NATO summit in Madrid will see the crisis in Ukraine and the growing Russian threat on all fronts as the protagonists. From that on the ground to infowar. On the first side, there are plans to establish a sort of “Gorizia Line” on the eastern border of the Alliance in Europe, with fixed military contingents. A sort of Quick Reaction Force (QRF), able to intervene very quickly to stem any offensive attempts by Moscow. On the other front, however, work is being done on the constitution of a real specialized structure to combat hostile actions, which also have offensive as well as defensive capabilities. The model could be the Cooperative Cyber ​​Defense Center of Excellence (CCDCOE) in Tallinn, which specializes in dealing with cyber threats. The new structure would instead deal with infowar, and would be made up of PsyOps experts, psychologists, sociologists and ethnologists, coming from NATO members.

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