Finland joining Nato would not be 'against anyone', its president says – video

Finland is not yet a member of Nato, the intergovernmental military alliance, but the country's president said joining would be to 'maximise security' and not be in any way offensive.

Finland’s president, Sauli Niinistö, said Russia's invasion of Ukraine had pushed his government and country to think about its security. Niinistö was speaking at a joint news conference with the UK prime minister, Boris Johnson, after signing a new security agreement that would involve Britain providing military assistance if Finland was attacked