Finnish Prime Minister self-isolates, leaves UN meeting

After learning about the legislator she met, Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin left for the EU leaders summit on Friday.

"The European Council was set aside by Prime Minister Sanna Marin as a precaution. The Prime Minister of Sweden Stefan Löfven was invited to represent Finland on the remaining session by PM Marin,' said the Finnish Permanent Representative to the EU on Twitter.

Marin will immediately return to Finland and test COVID-19. According to an announcement by its office, it will then isolate itself in Kesaranta, the official Prime Minister's residence in Helsinki.

EU leaders on the two days of post-Brexit trade agreements, the coronavirus pandemic, approaches to climate change, sanctions on Russia, and future relations with Africa gathered in Brussels on Thursday. Two days of discussions.

EU Leader Summit Thursday, after a team member had tested positive for a coronavirus, EU Commission President Ursula von der Leyen left the summit.

Publish : 2020-10-16 11:07:00

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