Maritime policy objectives during Finland’s Presidency of the Council of the EU
Finland is developing it's maritime cluster and the sustainable use of the seas
Finland’s Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region
The Government endorsed Finland’s Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region in its plenary session on 2 November 2017. The strategy specifies how Finland plans to develop the Baltic Sea region in the near future.
Jussi Soramäki, Ministerial Adviser
Prime Minister's Office, Strategiaosasto, Yhteiskuntapolitiikan suunnitteluyksikkö Telephone:0295160330
Heikki Kontro, Project Coordinator
Prime Minister's Office, Strategiaosasto, Yhteiskuntapolitiikan suunnitteluyksikkö Telephone:0295160977
Nina Brander, Senior Specialist
Prime Minister's Office, Strategiaosasto, Yhteiskuntapolitiikan suunnitteluyksikkö Telephone:0295160347
Development of maritime policy »
The aim of active development work and cooperation is to create conditions for a sustainable growth of maritime sectors, improving the level of protection of the marine environment, and enhancing the cooperation and impact of actions by public authorities in maritime affairs.
Financing of maritime policy »
Financial support may be granted to maritime policy measures on the basis of a use plan endorsed by the Prime Minister’s Office.
EU’s Integrated Maritime Policy »
The aim of the Integrated Maritime Policy of the EU is to develop a more systematic approach to maritime affairs and enhance coordination between different policy sectors. The Prime Minister’s Office coordinates the Integrated Maritime Policy in Finland.
European Maritime Day »
European Maritime Day is an annual meeting point for Europe’s maritime community to network, discuss and forge joint action.
Our Ocean 2019 conference »
Oslo hosts the sixth Our Ocean conference on 23 to 24 October 2019.
Agenda 2030 Sustainable Development Goals »
The UN General Assembly adopted the Sustainable Development Goals, i.e. Agenda 2030, in September 2015.