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
The objective of the Task Force is to form and to support the implementation of NATO´s Connected Forces Initiative (CFI) for partner countries. Finland will co-chair the CFI Task Force, which is made up by seven partner countries, together with Belgium. The CFI’s overall aim is to help maintain NATO’s readiness and combat effectiveness after the end of the ISAF operation in Afghanistan. More...
Prime Minister Alexander Stubb and the Russian Prime Minister Dmitri Medvedev spoke on the phone on Thursday, 24 July. In the call initiated by the Finnish side, the Prime Ministers had an open and good discussion about the situation in Ukraine after the downing of the Malaysian airliner, as well as the EU's reactions to the crash. More...