Moscow says it is concerned over Finland and Sweden moving closer to NATO

Responding to a joint declaration of the Nordic countries of intentions to step up military cooperation in the face of Russian aggression, Russia's Foreign Ministry issued a statement on Sunday, saying that moves by Finland and Sweden towards closer ties with NATO were of "special concern", Reuters reports.
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