The Statement of Intent was signed by the US and “two of its most capable and likeminded partners.”Read More
Author: Editorial Team
The inter-governmental meeting between Finland and Estonia is the first one in the whole history of the two nations.Read More
According to the forecast, the Helsinki region will have a total population of 2 million and 1.05 million jobs in 2050.Read More
Throughout eight thematic sections, Barbie’s evolution can be viewed over the past 59 years.Read More
President and the Foreign and Security Policy Committee Discuss Syria and Decide on a Major International Military Exercise
The aim is to strengthen Finland’s defense capability and readiness and exercise in receiving international assistance and interoperability.Read More
The oldest amusement park in Finland gets ready for a new season.Read More
The Police Catch Over 5,000 Drivers of Speeding in 24 Hours – In Helsinki, the Number of Overspeeders Significantly Lower than Before
Speed limit enforcement was implemented in more than 20 European countries at the same time.Read More
Seven companies working with concrete will go on strike today because of a dispute over wages.Read More
Finland To Increase Trade in Renewable Energy With India – India Cuts Down Nuclear Power Plant Construction
According to PM Juha Sipilä, who met with his Indian counterpart, Narendra Modi, on Tuesday, Finland’s exports to India have grown over the past few years.Read More
Speed limit enforcement will be focused on urban areas and locations where accidents have occurred and speeding has been observed.Read More
On Monday, Finland joined an international initiative aiming at holding accountable those responsible for the use of chemical weapons.Read More
Here’s what the Finnish president had to say.Read More
According to Foreign Minister Timo Soini, Finland is serious about its commitment to better address the protection of refugee women and girls. Friday morning saw the launch of Finland’s National Action Plan on Women, Peace and Security.Read More
He will meet with several ministers and the president.Read More
Russia has announced corresponding measures also against many other countries that have expelled Russian diplomats.Read More
At present, only graduates have had the opportunity to receive a one-year job-seeking permit.Read More
“It’s an experience,” said President Niinistö.Read More
The company’s concept redefines the basics of food production, as it isn’t dependent on agriculture, the weather, or the climate.Read More
This year’s package consists of a total of 64 different products.Read More
Helenius breaks his metacarpal bone in the fight against his Belarusian opponent.Read More
The Finnish Olympic Team arrived in Finland carrying their hard-earned, shining medals and we caught it on video.Read More
In an effort to “activate” the unemployed, a new Finnish government policy has drawn a public outcry. On Friday, a mass protest will cripple the society.Read More
Merkel received the prize in recognition of her long-standing work as a defender of human dignity and human rights.Read More
This year’s selection for St. Lucia, is a 21-year-old born in Columbia. “You don’t have to have a certain look to be beautiful,” Anna-Kajsa Edström said in an interview for Finland Today.Read More
Here are some of the highlights of the centenary celebrations.Read More
Nowhere was the gap in performance between the genders as wide as in Finland.Read More
We jumped on the West Metro to experience the ride from Espoo to Helsinki.Read More
“In a society where everybody feels integrated, the risk of radicalization diminishes,” said Foreign Minister Timo Soini.Read More
The metro extension from Ruoholahti to Matinkylä will open to passenger service on Saturday, November 28, 2017.Read More
Perhaps it is the clean air that makes expats feel welcome or the safety the city boasts compared to other large metropolises around the world.Read More
The Finnish presidential couple is expecting a child.Read More
“It’s a very important job and an amazing opportunity,” says Katariina Räikkönen, 16.Read More
The former Finnish President also said that in Finland, Hillary Clinton would have won.Read More
The maximum amount of assistance for the voluntary return of third-country citizens will be increased today.Read More
Prime Minister Sipilä And His Russian Counterpart Medvedev Happy About the Increasing Number of Russian Tourists
“We took note of the positive development that has taken place in both trade and tourism between Finland and Russia since our previous meeting in Oulu last December,” said Prime Minister Juha Sipilä.Read More
The exact scale of the walkout is not yet known but it will affect services on bus routes operated by Nobina.Read More
President Niinistö In his UN speech in New York: Gender Equality is a Key Priority in the Finnish Foreign Policy
Full speech included.Read More
The Helsinki Graduate School of Economics will seek to become an internationally top-level economics research and teaching unit.Read More
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