Finland–Italy relations

Finland Rome Italy
Finnish-Italian relations
Map indicating locations of Finland and Italy



Finland-Italy relations are foreign relations between Finland and Italy. Both countries established diplomatic relations on 6 September 1919.[citation needed] Finland has an embassy in Rome, Italy has an embassy in Helsinki. Both countries are full members of Council of Europe, Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe and of the European Union.

High level visits

In 2002, Prime Minister of Italy Mario Monti visited Helsinki for meetings with Jyrki Katainen, Finland's prime minister [1]


The Embassy of Finland is located in Rome, Italy. The Embassy of Italy is located in Helsinki, Finland.


See also