Permanent Representation of Finland to the EU

A permanent representative of a member state to the EU

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What proportion of the costs for elderly care in Finland (both in an individual's home and in nursing homes) is borne by the Finnish government a...
Dear Vicky Cann, Thank you again for your e-mail. In the case of Finish Permanent Representation, there are certainly not hundreds of meetings with lo...
Request for documents
Response by Permanent Representation of Finland to the EU to Vincent Harmsen on .

Awaiting classification.

Dear Vincent Harmsen,   You requested documents which contain the following information:   “All correspondence (letters, emails, etc) and minut...
Sugar Related Policy Measures
Response by Permanent Representation of Finland to the EU to kasia on .

Information not held.

Dear Ms Kathrina Klein, I haven't had any bilateral meetings with those parties in the list. WHO organized a joint meeting for health attaches during...
Sarah Holman/ the AsktheEU.org team There are no English versions of these documents. Best Regards Jarkko Levasma _________________________________...
Copies of the bids for the RFP titled: "Framework Arrangement for Taxation COTS Software Delivery and AMS" released on 2 May 2012 by the Finnish...

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