Topics on the presidents’ agenda include Russia’s attack on Ukraine and the European security order, the Finnish president’s office noted in a statement on Thursday.

Finnish President Sauli Niinistö met with then Vice President Joe Biden in Munich, Germany, in February 2018. Photograph: The Finnish president’s office

President Sauli Niinistö will make a working visit to the United States and meet with US President Joseph Biden in Washington D.C. on Friday.

At the meeting in the White House, the presidents will discuss Russia’s attack on Ukraine, the effects of the war on the European security order and bilateral cooperation between Finland and the United States.

In addition to meeting President Biden, President Niinistö’s program includes meetings with several political actors.

The tight travel schedule will cover approximately one day.


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