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Finland
Republic of Finland

Overview

  • Establishment of Diplomatic Relations : August 24, 1973
  • Bilateral Trade(2019)
    • Exports : $310,000,000(Passenger car, Electric automobile, Synthetic resin, Electric generator)
    • Imports : $1,120,000,000(Other fine chemical material, Part of cable communication apparatus, Electric generator, Nickel ingot or scrap)
  • Bilateral Investment(~2019)
    • The ROK's Investment in Finland : $70,000,000
    • Finland's Investment in the ROK : $330,000,000
  • Number of Koreans living in Finland(2019) : 744
  • High-level Exchanges
    • From the ROK to Finland                      
      • 2001   AprilMinister of Education Han Wan-sang
      • 2001   MaySpeaker of the National Assembly Lee Man-sup
      • 2002   MarchMinister of Environment Kim Myong-ja
      • 2002   OctoberMinister of Government Administration and Home Affairs Lee Geun-shik as a Special Envoy of the President
      • 2005   SeptemberSpeaker of the National Assembly Kim Won-ki
      • 2006   MarchVice Minister of Foreign Affairs Yoo Myong-hwan
      • 2006   SeptemberPresident Roh Moo-hyun
      • 2013   OctoberPrime Minister Chung Hongwon
      • 2014   OctoberChief Justice of the Supreme Court Yang Seung-Tae
      • 2015   OctoberSpeaker of the National Assembly Chung Ui Hwa
      • 2016   NovemberMinister of Defense Acquisition Program Administration Jang Myung-jin
      • 2018   OctoberVice Speaker of the National Assembly Joo Seung yong
      • 2018   NovemberVice Chairman of the Presidential Committee on Jobs Rhee Mok-hee
      • 2019   JunePresident Moon Jae-in
      • 2019   AugustDeputy Prime Minister and Minister of Education Yoo Eun-hae
    • From Finland to the ROK
      • 2000   OctoberPresident Halonen
      • 2001   MayMinister for Foreign Trade Sasi
      • 2002   AprilPresident Halonen
      • 2005   JanuaryMinister for Trade and Development Lehtomäki
      • 2005   MarchMinister for Trade and Industry Pekkarinen
      • 2008   JunePrime Minister Vanhanen
      • 2009   SeptemberMinister of Culture Wallin
      • 2010   AprilSpeaker of the Parliament Niinistö
      • 2010   NovemberMinister of Economy Pekkarinen
      • 2010   NovemberMinister for Foreign Trade and Development Väyrynen
      • 2010   NovemberHelsinki Mayor Pajunen
      • 2011   NovemberMinister for International Developmnet Hautala
      • 2012   MarchPresident Niinistö (To attend Seoul Nuclear Security Summit)
      • 2012   OctoberFormer President Halonen
      • 2013   MarchFormer President Halonen
      • 2013   OctoberMinister for Foreign Affairs Tuomioja
      • 2013   OctoberMinister for Economy Vapapavuori
      • 2013   NovemberMinister for Education Kiuru
      • 2014   OctoberFormer President Halonen
      • 2014   OctoberPrime Minister Stubb
      • 2015   MarchFormer President Ahtisaari
      • 2016   MayMinister of Economic Affairs Rehn
      • 2016   NovemberMinister for Transport and Communication Berner
      • 2017   MarchMinister of Defense Niinistö
      • 2017   SeptemberSpeaker of the Parliament Lohela
      • 2018   FebruaryPrime Minister Sipilä(Pyeongchang Winter Olympics)
      • 2018   FebruaryMinister for Foreign Affairs Soini(Pyeongchang Winter Olympics)
      • 2018   FebruaryMinister for European Affairs,Culture and Sport Terho(Pyeongchang Winter Olympics)
      • 2018   NovemberMinister for Economic Affairs and Employment Lindstrom
      • 2019   January 1st Vice Speaker of the Parliament Pekkarinen

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