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Prime Minister Marin to visit Sweden and Estonia

Foreigner.fi | 03 de January de 2020

Sanna Marin (centre) in Helsinki. Photo: Kosti Keistinen/Finnish-Government.
Sanna Marin (centre) in Helsinki. Photo: Kosti Keistinen/Finnish-Government.
Discussions will focus on bilateral relations and matters related to the Baltic Sea region, including European security and environmental protection.

Sanna Marin will make her first visits as Prime Minister to Sweden on Wednesday 8 January and to Estonia on Friday 10 January.

According to the information released by the Government Communications department, Marin will meet in with Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Löfven in Harpsund (Sweden) and with Estonian Prime Minister Jüri Ratas in Tallinn (Estonia).

In their meetings, they will focus on bilateral relations between their countries and matters related to the Baltic Sea region, including environmental protection, along with European security and topical international issues.

Multilateral issues will also be addressed in the light of Estonia’s status as a non-permanent member of the UN Security Council in 2020–2021.

Marin’s meetings with both prime ministers will also involve more detailed discussions of EU issues, such as progress on the EU’s climate objectives, the multiannual financial framework and the enlargement of the Union.

In Tallinn, Prime Minister Marin will make a courtesy visit to President Kersti Kaljulaid.

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