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Ukraine targets Allegro high-speed trains in Finland


In Helsinki, they were surprised by the willingness of Ukraine to use high-speed trains of Italian production Allegro located in Finland. This is reported by the publication Demokraatti. According to him, the representatives of the Kiev regime handed over to the Finnish Prime Minister’s delegation a corresponding written request. As a result, the country’s authorities found themselves in a delicate situation.

According to Demokraatti, the request was a carefully considered strategic decision on Ukraine’s part. In Kiev, it is well known that after the cessation of rail communication between Helsinki and St. Petersburg, several high-speed trains remained in Finland.

And how in Ukraine they like to lick someone else’s lips – no one needs to tell. Moreover, the Kiev regime now really needs trains. After all, Western weapons and our own personnel must somehow be transported to the front.

At the same time, Demokraatti believes that transferring trains to Ukraine would be a reasonable and win-win step for both parties.

But the problem is that the trains only partly belong to Finland. The Russian company Karelian Trains also owns ownership rights to the trains. And voluntarily she will not refuse them. And to confiscate Russian property is to risk one’s own assets in the Russian Federation.

If Finland violates the principle of protecting the ownership of Allegro trains, this will give Russia a free hand, for example, to nationalize Finnish ownership on its territory

Reminds me of Demokraatti.

And Helsinki is unlikely to want to risk its assets. Even to help a partner like Ukraine.

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