Following the war in Ukraine, the Nordic countries are announcing unprecedented and exceptional measures

The Norwegian Sovereign Wealth Fund is preparing to annex Russia. Sovereign Wealth Fund NorwayThe Norwegian government has announced that it will freeze its investments in Russia, the world’s largest, and exit in full as part of sanctions against Moscow for its occupation of Ukraine.

“The aim is to fully withdraw the oil fund from the Russian market,” the finance minister told a news conference.

According to the Norwegian press, the oil fund, which has a total value of over 1, 1,100 billion, holds about 7 2.7 billion in Russia.

Norway, a member of NATO and not a member of the European Union, has announced that it will use the Internet to impose sanctions on Russia.

Already Denmark Prime Minister Matteo Frederickson said on Sunday that he would allow volunteers to join international forces that Ukraine wants to create to fight the Russian invasion, which it does not see as a “legal impediment”.

“This is a choice that anyone can make. It applies to all Ukrainians living here, but also to others who think they can directly contribute to the conflict,” he said.

Frederickson protested with thousands of people outside the Russian embassy in Copenhagen against the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky today announced the formation of an “international brigade” of foreign fighters to thwart the Russian invasion, calling on volunteers to join the new opposition.

In turn Sweden The government announced this Sunday that it would break the policy of sending 5,000 anti-tank rocket launchers to Ukraine, except to supply arms to a war-torn country.

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This “exceptional decision” was unprecedented since 1939, when Sweden’s Prime Minister Magdalena Anderson aided Sweden’s invasion of Finland by the former Soviet Union.

“For me, as Prime Minister, the only question is what best protects the security of Sweden and the people of Sweden. My conclusion is that our security will be better protected when we defend Ukraine’s ability to defend against Russia.

The European Union has previously ratified an agreement to ship arms to Ukraine and Germany. It announced a major shift in its policy this Sunday by handing over weapons to Ukrainian authorities.

Further Finland Defense Minister Andy Gaikonen said on Sunday that he was considering sending arms directly to Ukraine, which would be an exception to the long-standing policy of not exporting weapons to war zones.

The minister also said that Estonia had given the green light to Finland to send arms to Ukraine before Finland, a non-NATO member, shares borders with Russia.

Finland will send security equipment to Ukraine, including 2,000 bulletproof vests, 2,000 helmets, 100 stretchers and equipment for two emergency care centers, the government report said.

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