Russian President Vladimir Putin will arrive in Finland for a working visit on July 1 at the invitation of Finnish President Sauli Niinisto, the Kremlin press service said on Monday.


During the upcoming talks in Naantali, in southwestern Finland, the sides plan to discuss “a broad range of issues of the development of the Russian-Finnish relations, including in trade and economic, cultural and humanitarian areas, and also topical issues of inter-regional and cross-border cooperation,” the statement said.


“An exchange of views will be held on key issues of the international agenda and cooperation in multilateral organizations,” it said