Finland has closed the largest checkpoints on the border with Russia

Government Finland ordered the closure of the four largest in terms of passenger traffic and those closest to Petersburg checkpoints on the border with Russia. Corresponding Solution published on the website of the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic.

“The government has decided to close part of Finland’s eastern border,” the statement said.

Thus, from November 18, the checkpoints of Vaalimaa, Nuijamaa, Imatra and Niirala will be closed. The validity period of this decision is set until February 18, 2024.

Previously, the press secretary of the President of the Russian Federation Dmitry Peskov commented the decision of the Finnish authorities to close the checkpoint on the border with Russia. According to him, Russia has never threatened Finland in recent history, therefore the chosen Helsinki the path of confrontation is a big mistake.

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