Prime Minister Matti Vanhanen calls himself an EU pragmatist. He wants the Lisbon Treaty to enter into force and then a moratorium on institutional reform.
In a long seminar speech Vanhanen outlined his detailed views on Finland and the European Union.
At this moment the speech is available only in Finnish:
Foreign Minister Alexander Stubb’s ten theses on the European Union were released a moment ago (also in Finnish):
Interested readers may want to check for possible updates in English here:
Or in Swedish here:
Later this spring the Finnish Government will issue a report of Finland’s future EU policy to the Parliament.