Nordic Foreign Ministers discussed cooperation in the North and Baltic Sea region
Discussions among the Foreign Ministers of the Nordic countries, which took place in connection with a session of the Nordic Council, were held in a highly positive and open atmosphere, said Foreign Minister Ilkka Kanerva, who chaired the meeting in Oslo on Wednesday, 31 October. The main topics of the Foreign Ministers’ meeting were regional cooperation in the North and the Baltic Sea region.
A diverse discussion palette for Foreign Minister Kanerva in Denmark
In his visit to Denmark on 8 October, Foreign Minister Ilkka Kanerva had a varied agenda ranging from politics to culture; the topics discussed extended from the Finnish chairmanship of the OSCE in 2008 to the possibilities for Denmark to serve as Finnish artists’ springboard to the world. Kanerva met with his Danish colleague and with the Secretary General of the Secretariat for the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly and the leadership of the Cultural Institute of Finland in Copenhagen and Finpro.
Renaissance of Nordic cooperation
"Det nordiska samarbetet upplever en renässans", ansåg utrikesminister Ilkka Kanerva vid en presskonferens efter ett nordiskt utrikesministermöte i Helsingfors fredagen den 8 juni. De nordiska utrikesministrarna träffas nuförtiden väldigt ofta i olika sammanhang. "De nordiska länderna har nytta av utbytet av erfarenheter, och tillsammans kan vi bli starkare", sade Sveriges utrikesminister Carl Bildt.
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