Russia - Finland 2009


A Journey to Finland: Helsinki's Russian Heart and Porvoo

  • March 17, 2010
The German-born architect who designed Helsinki's central Senate Square admired St. Petersburg more than any other city, and he planned the central cathedral, the sweeping square and the classical buildings in its image.

A Key Market: Trading with Russia

  • March 17, 2010
In St. Petersburg's Blockade Museum, a sprawling tribute to the 900-plus day siege of Leningrad by Nazi Germany during WWII, there's a striking Soviet propaganda poster tucked away between unexploded artillery shells and decades-old bread made from sawdust that residents lived on during the siege.

Russia and Finland Get Closer

  • March 17, 2010
The 1860s saw the birth of Finland's first rail travel, when the country was still part of the Russian Empire.

Bringing Clean Technology to Russia

  • March 17, 2010
L&T, a specialist environmental and waste management company, operates in a number of Russian towns, such as the science city Dubna, where it recently began the construction of a sorting and recycling center that will be able to process 30,000 tons of material per year.

Vox Pop: Finns in Russia

  • March 17, 2010

Interview with Matti Anttonen, Finland's ambassador to Russia

  • March 16, 2010
Russia - Finland 2009
Russia - Finland 2009
This business bilingual colour publication is devoted to cooperation between the two countries in business and tourism and is published in partnership with the Embassy of Finland and the trade enterprise Visit Finland.
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