Russian President Putin is in the mood for war with NATO, Russian threat increased on these three countries - Know the whole matter

Russian President Putin is in the mood for war with NATO, Russian threat increased on these three countries - Know the whole matter

Tensions are now rising between Russia and NATO countries amid the fierce war going on in Ukraine. Russian President Vladimir Putin also wants to capture NATO countries by attacking Latvia, Lithuania, and Estonia. Not only this, Putin also wants to capture parts of Sweden. A Russian official revealed this intention to Putin during a TV show. Former Russian Air Force colonel Igor Korotchenko said NATO has sent thousands of troops to Eastern Europe to conduct exercises near the Russian border. Due to this, it is feared that Putin can attack these Baltic countries and capture them.

Why was the name Baltic country given?

The Baltic countries are those regions that got independence from erstwhile Russia at the time of World War I. In 1939, Latvia, Lithuania, and Estonia became part of the Soviet Union. Before that these three countries were independent. The three Baltic countries (Latvia, Lithuania, and Estonia), which became independent again after the collapse of the Soviet Union, joined NATO. Showcasing a war plan, Korotchenko said that the capture of the Baltic countries can be done in this way. During the show, the Russian officer showed a map, in which the deployment of NATO forces is clearly visible. After this, he told how Russia can attack these NATO countries.

Russian fighter helicopter entered Estonia's border for the first time

After threatening NATO member country Lithuania, now Russia's fighter helicopter has entered Estonia's border for the first time. Not only this, but Russia has also practiced missile attacks every day in its ongoing exercises near the border of Estonia. Russia has taken this step at a time when a major summit of NATO countries is going to take place. Both Estonia and Lithuania are member countries of NATO and share a border with Russia. Estonia says it has summoned the Russian ambassador to register a protest against the intrusion of a Russian Mi-8 helicopter.

2- This Russian helicopter entered Estonia's airspace without permission on Saturday and remained for about two minutes. The incident took place in Estonia's southern Koidula area, which is located near the Russian city of Peskov. It is being told that another Russian helicopter had passed just near the border of Estonia. Estonia, Lithuania, and Latvia have all been part of the Russian Empire. These countries were separated from Russia after the First World War. After this, in the year 1940, the Soviet Union again occupied these three countries. After the dissolution of the Soviet Union in 1991, these three countries again separated.

Putin has threatened Moldova and Sweden

Putin has threatened Sweden to join NATO. Russia said that Sweden may face dire consequences if it joins NATO. Apart from this, military and political problems may also have to be faced. Recently, Putin's special aide and President of Belarus, Alexander Lukashenko, was given information on the map about the routes of Russia's attack and the places where Russia may bomb in the coming days. Moldova was also clearly visible on this map. p

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Sri Lanka is facing an economic crisis and wants to buy oil from Russia, two ministers will visit Russia

Sri Lanka is facing an economic crisis and wants to buy oil from Russia, two ministers will visit Russia

Troubled Sri Lanka is exploring options to buy oil from Russia. A senior minister said on Sunday. Sri Lanka is desperate to replenish its dwindling fuel stocks amid an unprecedented economic crisis due to a severe shortage of foreign exchange reserves. On Sunday, the price of petrol was hiked by LKR 50 and diesel by LKR 60 respectively, which is the third price revision in two months.

State-owned refinery Ceylon Petroleum Corporation on Saturday informed the Sri Lankan government that the move was necessitated after the arrival of fuel shipments was delayed due to banking and logistical reasons. Given the dire scenario, Sri Lanka's Minister of Power and Energy Kanchana Wijesekera stressed that the government is exploring options to buy oil from Russia. He said, “We are looking for diplomatic channels. The last ship to arrive was a Russian ship."

Two ministers to visit Russia on Monday
Wijesekera said on Sunday that our first letter of credit was rejected by international banks because the ship was owned by a Russian company. He said the two ministers are scheduled to visit Russia on Monday to discuss fuel and other diplomatic matters. Let us tell you that last week, the Sri Lankan government approached several companies suggested by the Russian Embassy in Colombo for the purchase of crude oil.

"Meanwhile, the government has also decided to implement a token system for the supply of fuel to the people waiting in the queue at the filling station," Wijesekera said. The minister said, “This program will be implemented from Monday, for which the government has sought the help of the soldiers from the police and the army.”

shortage of essentials in Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka is facing the worst economic crisis since independence in 1948, due to which food, medicine, cooking gas, and fuel are being sold across the country. There has been a severe shortage of essential commodities like

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