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Finance Minister Annika Saarikko
Finland’s five-party government agreed to add more than 2 billion euros ($2.2 billion) in defense spending after its neighbor Russia launched an invasion of Ukraine.
The one-time boost in expenditure represents about a 70% increase from the Nordic country’s regular 2022 military budget of about 2.8 billion euros.