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Diet of Finland         
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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF THE GRAND DUCHY OF FINLAND FROM 1809 TO 1906
Finlands Landtdagar; Suomen maapäivät; Valtiopäivät; Grand ducal estates of Finland; States of Finland; Åbo landtag; Lantdag; Åbo Lantdag; Diet of finland; Abo Lantdag; Suomen maapaeivaet; Valtiopaeivaet; Suomen maapaivat; Abo landtag; Valtiopaivat; Diet (Finland)
The Diet of Finland (Finnish Suomen maapäivät, later valtiopäivät; Swedish Finlands Lantdagar), was the legislative assembly of the Grand Duchy of Finland from 1809 to 1906 and the recipient of the powers of the Swedish Riksdag of the Estates. (The term valtiopäivät today means an annual session of the Parliament of Finland, while in Swedish Riksdagen is now the name for both the Parliament and its sessions.
Monotrophic diet         
FAD DIET INVOLVING EATING ONLY A SINGLE FOOD
Mono diet; Potato diet; Single-food diet; Milk diet; All-meat diet; Meat diet
A monotrophic diet (also known as the mono diet or single-food diet) is a type of diet that involves eating only one food item (such as potatoes or apples) or one type of food (such as fruits or meats). Monotrophic diets may be followed for food faddism motives, as a form of crash dieting, to initiate an elimination diet or to practice an extreme form of alternative medicine.
Foreign relations of Finland         
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  • Former Prime Minister of Finland [[Jyrki Katainen]] in Nordic Council back in 2011
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  • President [[Tarja Halonen]] together with [[Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva]], the [[President of Brazil]] in Helsinki 2007
  • [[C.G.E. Mannerheim]], [[Adolf Hitler]] and [[Risto Ryti]] in June 4th 1942 during Hitler's visit in Finland
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  • President [[Urho Kekkonen]], Swedish [[Queen Silvia]], director Åke Wolfram of Wärtsilä, and [[king Carl XVI Gustaf]] in Turku on 28 April 1981
  • [[Nikita Khrushchev]] speaking, [[Urho Kekkonen]], [[Leonid Brezhnev]], [[Nikolai Podgorny]], [[Jorma Vanamo]] and [[Kustaa Loikkanen]] in 1963
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  • President [[Ronald Reagan]] meeting with President [[Mauno Koivisto]] in 1988
  • President [[Donald J. Trump]] with President [[Sauli Niinistö]] of Finland at the [[Mäntyniemi]] Residence, July 16, 2018
  • Finnish President Niinistö with US President [[Donald Trump]] in 2017
  • Prime Minister Sanna Marin and Prime Minister [[Hun Sen]]
  • Sanna Marin and Prime Minister of Luxembourg [[Xavier Bettel]] in 2022
  • Prime Minister [[Sanna Marin]] and New Zealand Prime Minister [[Jacinda Ardern]]
  • Minister Sanna Marin and President of the European Commission [[Ursula von der Leyen]] meeting in Helsinki 3.2.2022
  • Prime Minister Sanna Marin and Prime Minister of Slovakia [[Eduard Heger]] in 2022
  • Prime Minister Sanna Marin and Spanish Prime Minister [[Pedro Sánchez]] in Stockholm on 2 February 2023
  • Prime Minister Sanna Marin met Latvia’s Prime Minister [[Krišjānis Kariņš]] 12 February 2020
  • Prime Minister Sanna Marin with Taoiseach, Prime Minister of Ireland [[Micheál Martin]] in 2022
  • Prime Minister Sanna Marin and Prime Minister of Denmark [[Mette Frederiksen]] in 2022
  • Prime Minister Sanna Marin and Prime Minister of Poland [[Mateusz Morawiecki]] in 2022
  • Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin and President of Austria [[Alexander Van der Bellen]] in 2023
  • Prime Minister Sanna Marin and Croatian Prime Minister [[Andrej Plenkovic]]
  • Sanna Marin met the Prime Minister of Montenegro [[Dritan Abazović]], on 2022
  • Prime Minister Sanna Marin and Chancellor [[Olaf Scholz]]
  • Prime Minister [[Sanna Marin]] and Canadian Prime Minister [[Justin Trudeau]]
  • Prime Minister Sanna Marin with Prime Minister of Greece [[Kyriakos Mitsotakis]] in 2022
  • Prime Minister Sanna Marin and Swedish Prime Minister [[Ulf Kristersson]] in Stockholm on 2 February 2023
  • Finnish Prime Minister [[Sanna Marin]] and Albanian Prime Minister [[Edi Rama]]
  • Sanna Marin met the Prime Minister of Iceland [[Katrín Jakobsdóttir]] in Kesäranta on 2022
  • [[President of Latvia]] [[Jānis Čakste]] and [[President of Finland]] [[Lauri Kristian Relander]] during Relander's 1926 official visit to [[Latvia]]. In the background, the [[Foreign Minister of Finland]] [[Eemil Nestor Setälä]] to the right.
  • President Sauli Niinistö with President of Georgia [[Salome Zourabichvili]] in 2019
  • Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin with North Makedonian President [[Stevo Pendarovski]] in 2022
  • Prime Minister Sanna Marin and Prime Minister of Estonia [[Kaja Kallas]] in 2022
  • Finnish President Sauli Niinistö with Italian President [[Sergio Mattarella]]
  • [[Mohammad Reza Pahlavi]] and the [[Farah Pahlavi]] visit to Espoo, Finland. To their right, the Finnish president Urho Kekkonen in 1970
  • [[Sauli Niinistö]] and [[Shinzo Abe]]
  • Queen Juliana]] and [[Prince Bernhard of Lippe-Biesterfeld]] on their way to Palace, October 24, 1972
  • The Finnish ambassador hands the NATO membership application to Secretary General [[Jens Stoltenberg]]
  • The Prime Minister, [[Dr. Manmohan Singh]] and the Prime Minister [[Matti Vanhanen]] in Helsinki on 2006.
  • Yugoslavian President [[Josip Broz Tito]] with the Finnish president [[Urho Kekkonen]] in Helsinki 1964
  • President Sauli Niinistö meeting with President [[Enrique Peña Nieto]] in 2015
  • [[Vladimir Putin]] and [[Sauli Niinistö]] in 2017
  • Finnish President [[Sauli Niinistö]] with Russian President [[Vladimir Putin]] in 2016
  • Finnish Prime Minister [[Sanna Marin]] meets with Ukrainian President [[Volodymyr Zelenskyy]], Kyiv, Ukraine, 26 May 2022
The foreign relations of Finland are the responsibility of the president of Finland, who leads foreign policy in cooperation with the government. Implicitly the government is responsible for internal policy and decision making in the European Union.