The Mission of Finland to NATO acts as the official link between the Government of Finland and the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation. Finland has had an active partnership with NATO since 1994.
With this site we would like to provide you some useful information about us and what we do: How is Finland co-operating with NATO and why? What are our Mission's main tasks? Who works here and how can they be contacted?
We have also gathered a collection of various links and publications related to Finland - NATO relations, Finland's foreign policy and NATO itself. You can also send us questions and feedback if you want to know more.
Ambassador Pia Rantala-Engberg
Mission of Finland to NATO
Finland’s relationship with NATO is based on a close and long-term partnership that provides mutual benefit to both parties. The Nordic Defence Cooperation (NORDEFCO) can be a way to further develop regional capabilities and secure interoperability in a post-ISAF era. More...
Finland is of the opinion that the current situation in Ukraine, especially in the Crimean peninsula, is very severe. Use of force and threat thereof are to be condemned. They are in breach of the UN Charter and international law. Russia's millitary measures in Crimea are a violation of Ukraine's territorial integrity and sovereignty. Russia's move to gain control over the Crimean peninsula cannot be accepted. More...