Ukraine and Finland have signed two bilateral documents.
An official ceremony to sign the Ukrainian-Finnish documents took place after negotiations between President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky and President of the Republic of Finland Sauli Niinistö, who came on an official visit to Kyiv, an UNIAN correspondent has reported.
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In particular, the two countries signed an agreement on the mutual protection of information with limited access. Chief of the SBU Security Service of Ukraine Ivan Bakanov signed the document on behalf of Ukraine.
A memorandum of cooperation was also signed between the State Archival Service of Ukraine and the National Archives of Finland. Chairperson of the State Archival Service Tetiana Baranova signed the document on behalf of Ukraine.