In a dramatic turn of events, Finland has officially closed its border with Russia, citing escalating tensions and concerns over regional security.
The decision, announced by Finnish authorities earlier today, comes as a response to the increasingly strained relations between the two neighboring countries.
The major issue to control the migrants influx and to stop the asylum seekers.
The move follows a series of diplomatic tensions between Finland and Russia, with concerns rising over the potential implications for the Baltic region. The closure of the border is expected to have significant consequences on trade, travel, and cross-border cooperation between the two nations.
Finnish authorities have assured citizens that essential services and supplies will not be affected, and measures are being put in place to mitigate the impact on businesses and individuals who rely on cross-border activities.