In his last speech, Putin threatened the Scandinavian countries
On the 350th anniversary of Tsar Peter's birth, Putin delivered a speech in front of the audience, which was considered a threat.
Speaking of the former Russian ruler, Putin said: "Peter was fighting Sweden and conquering territories. In fact he was not conquering anything. He was just taking back his land. Why did he go there? He went there to recover and strengthen himself. It is up to us to take what belongs to us and become stronger. "If we consider them essential to our existence, we will overcome everything we face."
These words are considered a threat to Estonia, Lithuania and Latvia.