The whole world found itself in the realities of the Arctic, where, because of its harshness, people have a moral imperative to help each other: if you don’t, you will not survive.
Then-Finnish foreign minister Minister Timo Soini and then-foreign minister Chrystia Freeland greet each other at the May 6, 2019, Arctic Council Ministerial Dinner in Finland. All Arctic states should continue and strengthen their co-operation in adapting to climate change, writes Natalia Loukacheva. Photograph courtesy of Jouni Porsanger/Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland
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