Finland's president assures Putin that the country will decide on NATO membership in the coming days.

Finland's president held a telephonic meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin . The president said that Finland will apply for NATO membership in the next few days .

Helsinki (Finland), May 14: On Saturday, Finland's President Sauli Niinisto held a telephonic meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin and told him that the Nordic country would plan to apply for NATO membership in the next few days, according to a statement issued by Niinistos office.The conversation, according to Niinisto, was direct and straightforward, with no surprises.To prevent tensions was seen as vital.Niintiso said in a statement that he had already told Putin that every independent country improves its security, and that is what is happening now.

Finland hopes to address the practical problems associated with being a neighbor of Russia in a timely and professional way in the future, it says.According to the retort, the president expressed skepticism over the human suffering caused by Russia's war in Ukraine and stressed the importance of peace.According to CNN, Niintiso also sent out messages on ensuring the evacuation of civilians sent by (Ukraines) President Volodymyr Zelenskyy earlier this week.According to CNN, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia tweeted that President #Putin spoke with President @niinisto over the phone (Finlands President Sauli Niinisto).

Vladimir Putin said that there were no risks to Finland's security.RAO Nordic, Russia's biggest electricity company, had suspended electricity supply to Finland earlier today due to non-payment for the provided electricity, according to TASS.RAO Nordic Oy has announced that it would suspend imports of electricity from Russia at 1:00 a.m. local time on Saturday, according to Fingrid Oyj, because of issues in receiving payments for electricity sold on the market.According to TASS, Finland will also see more electricity produced.