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Both Finland and Sweden joined the [[European Union]] together in 1995. Relationships are maintained at the highest political level on a regular basis, and interactions between public authorities and civil society are very strong. New elements of the special relationship are the official minority language status that Finnish language received in Sweden as well as the business integration between the two countries.<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.kielikello.fi/index.php?mid=2&pid=11&aid=1187 |title=Suomesta virallinen vähemmistökieli Ruotsissa (Finnish becomes an official minority language in Sweden) | language=fi |date=2000 |website=kielikello.fi/ |publisher=The Institute for the Languages of Finland (KOTUS) |access-date=21 February 2015 }}</ref> Both countries are also united by the fact that neither Finland or Sweden have decided to join [[NATO]], whereas all the other Nordic Countries as well as the [[Baltic States]] are NATO members.
 
Both Finland and Sweden joined the [[European Union]] together in 1995. Relationships are maintained at the highest political level on a regular basis, and interactions between public authorities and civil society are very strong. New elements of the special relationship are the official minority language status that Finnish language received in Sweden as well as the business integration between the two countries.<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.kielikello.fi/index.php?mid=2&pid=11&aid=1187 |title=Suomesta virallinen vähemmistökieli Ruotsissa (Finnish becomes an official minority language in Sweden) | language=fi |date=2000 |website=kielikello.fi/ |publisher=The Institute for the Languages of Finland (KOTUS) |access-date=21 February 2015 }}</ref> Both countries are also united by the fact that neither Finland or Sweden have decided to join [[NATO]], whereas all the other Nordic Countries as well as the [[Baltic States]] are NATO members.
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Finland has an [[embassy]] in [[Stockholm]], Consulate General in [[Gothenburg]] and 21 Consulates in [[Borlänge]], [[Borås]], [[Eskilstuna]], [[Gävle]], [[Haparanda]], [[Halmstad]], [[Karlshamn]], [[Karlskoga]], [[Karlstad]], [[Landskrona]], [[Luleå]], [[Malmö]], [[Norrköping]], [[Oskarshamn]], [[Skellefteå]], [[Sundsvall]], [[Trollhättan]], [[Uppsala]], [[Umeå]], [[Visby]] and [[Västerås]].<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.finland.se/public/default.aspx?nodeid=36133&contentlan=1&culture=fi-FI |title=Suurlähetystö (Embassy) | language=fi |date=21 November 2012 |website=finland.se/ |publisher=Embassy of Finland, Stockholm |access-date=21 February 2015 }}</ref> Sweden has an [[Embassy of Sweden, Helsinki|embassy in Helsinki]], Consulate General in [[Mariehamn]], and 17 Consulates in [[Joensuu]], [[Jyväskylä]], [[Kokkola]], [[Kotka]], [[Kuopio]], [[Lahti]], [[Lappeenranta]], [[Mikkeli]], [[Oulu]], [[Jakobstad]], [[Pori]], [[Raseborg]], [[Rovaniemi]], [[Tampere]], [[Tornio]], [[Turku]] and Vaasa.<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.swedenabroad.com/sv-SE/Ambassader/Helsingfors/Kontakt/Ambassaden--konsulat/ |title=Ambassaden & konsulat (Embassies and Consulates) | language=sv |website=swedenabroad.com/ |publisher=Sweden's Ministry for Foreign Affairs |access-date=21 February 2015 }}</ref>
 
Finland has an [[embassy]] in [[Stockholm]], Consulate General in [[Gothenburg]] and 21 Consulates in [[Borlänge]], [[Borås]], [[Eskilstuna]], [[Gävle]], [[Haparanda]], [[Halmstad]], [[Karlshamn]], [[Karlskoga]], [[Karlstad]], [[Landskrona]], [[Luleå]], [[Malmö]], [[Norrköping]], [[Oskarshamn]], [[Skellefteå]], [[Sundsvall]], [[Trollhättan]], [[Uppsala]], [[Umeå]], [[Visby]] and [[Västerås]].<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.finland.se/public/default.aspx?nodeid=36133&contentlan=1&culture=fi-FI |title=Suurlähetystö (Embassy) | language=fi |date=21 November 2012 |website=finland.se/ |publisher=Embassy of Finland, Stockholm |access-date=21 February 2015 }}</ref> Sweden has an [[Embassy of Sweden, Helsinki|embassy in Helsinki]], Consulate General in [[Mariehamn]], and 17 Consulates in [[Joensuu]], [[Jyväskylä]], [[Kokkola]], [[Kotka]], [[Kuopio]], [[Lahti]], [[Lappeenranta]], [[Mikkeli]], [[Oulu]], [[Jakobstad]], [[Pori]], [[Raseborg]], [[Rovaniemi]], [[Tampere]], [[Tornio]], [[Turku]] and Vaasa.<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.swedenabroad.com/sv-SE/Ambassader/Helsingfors/Kontakt/Ambassaden--konsulat/ |title=Ambassaden & konsulat (Embassies and Consulates) | language=sv |website=swedenabroad.com/ |publisher=Sweden's Ministry for Foreign Affairs |access-date=21 February 2015 }}</ref>
   
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