Prime Ministers Stubb and Cameron met in London
On Wednesday 8 October, Prime Minister Alexander Stubb met his British colleague Prime Minister David Cameron in London. The prime ministers discussed their countries' climate and energy policy outlines with a view to the forthcoming European Council, the development of the European Union, the ongoing EU debate in Britain and other key topics of international politics.
Report: Economic effects of Russia sanctions and counter sanctions expected to be limited
Vaikka EU:n ja joidenkin muiden maiden rajoittavilla toimenpiteillä ja Venäjän tuontikiellolla on merkittäviä vaikutuksia eräiden yritysten ja sektoreiden näkymiin, niiden suorat vaikutukset Venäjän ja sen kauppakumppaneiden kokonaistaloudelliseen aktiviteettiin ovat kuitenkin vähäisiä, arvioidaan tänään hallitukselle luovutetussa raportissa.
Prime Minister Stubb: Additional EU sanctions on Russia unavoidable in this situation
Authorised by the European Council, the EU Council's Committee of Permanent Representatives (COREPER) has today agreed on new restrictive measures against Russia. The measures relate to the four sectors decided on by the EU Foreign Ministers in their Council meeting last week.
European Council decided on restrictive measures targeting Russia
On Wednesday 16 July, the European Council convened in Brussels to discuss the situation in Ukraine and in the Middle East. The European Council stresses its support for a peaceful settlement of the crisis in Ukraine and condemns the illegal activities by armed militants in Eastern Ukraine.
Water Stewards Showcase Innovative Strategies for Water Management
Representatives from environmental organizations, policy and businesses gathered at Finland’s Permanent Representation to the European Union on 3 July 2014 to attend the event Water Stewardship: Local Actions Driving Global Impacts. Water stewardship is increasingly championed by companies seeking an in depth understanding of water use throughout their value chain. The event showcased real world stories from companies on their journey towards water stewardship.
European Council contributes to the work of the new Commission
On Friday 27 June, the European Council outlined its priorities for the forthcoming years in Brussels. In Finland's view, competitiveness which bolsters growth and jobs must be the EU's top priority. Therefore, it will be necessary to open up markets more effectively and more widely, and to ensure the achievement of the four basic freedoms and active trade policies.
Renewable Natural Resources Boost the Bioeconomy
The Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry has elaborated its own Roadmap to Bioeconomy 2020 in line with the Finnish Bioeconomy Strategy published as a Government Resolution in May 2014. The Roadmap recognizes the potential of bioeconomy as the engine of sustainable growth. Economic growth, new business activities and more jobs can be achieved by increasing the sustainable use of natural resources.
Alexander Stubb, the Prime Minister of Finland: EU Strategic Agenda should be based on free movement of goods, services, money and people
“European economy has gone through a three-phased crisis: first a banking crisis, then a sovereign debt crisis, now a growth crisis. The situation is still very fragile
Stubb's Government appointed
On Tuesday 24 June, the President of the Republic appointed Finland’s 73rd Government. At the same time, the President of the Republic released the ministers of Jyrki Katainen’s Government from their duties. The Government headed by Prime Minister Alexander Stubb consists of 17 ministers.
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