Russia is scared of Finland’s army? The flames were stoked by foreign media: Let the horses over, 200,000 Russian warriors have been buried.
Finland, with a population of 5.5 million people, will swiftly construct a larger army than a country of comparable size in a state of war. Approximately 900,000 Finnish reserves are ready to fight.
This means that when Finland joins NATO and fights Russia in the future, the Finnish army will be able to withstand Russian military deterrence and strategy. Furthermore, the reports stated that the headline was even more overstated, namely, “What does the Finnish army have to fear Russia?” Between the lines, complete trust in the Finnish armed forces was expressed.
On March 24, former NATO military chief and Supreme Allied Commander in Europe James Stavridis tweeted: “A Finnish officer has threatened Putin if Finland joins NATO. Reaction: Two hundred thousand Russians’ skeletons were once buried beneath Finland’s cold plains. Come on! You are welcome to join your forefathers and mothers.”