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Nuclear Security Summit

31 March-1 April 2016

President Niinistö had a meeting with US Assistant Secretary of State Victoria Nuland in Washington before the Nuclear Security Summit. Photo: Office of the President of the Republic.President Niinistö discussed with leaders of American research institutes and think tanks: William Burns of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Michèle Flournoy of the Center for a New American Security, and Strobe Tallbot of the Brookings Institute. Photo: Office of the President of the Republic.President Niinistö discussed with leaders of American research institutes and think tanks. From left: Mr. Damon Wilson, Atlantic Council; Kirsti Kauppi, Ambassador of Finland; the Honorable Jane Harman, the Woodrow Wilson Center; president Niinistö;  Ambassador Paula Dobriansky, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard; Secretary Rudy de Leon, Center for American Progress in Washington; Ambassador Marc Grossman, Vice Chairman of The Cohen Group.
President Niinistö and President Obama in the White House before the opening dinner of the Nuclear Security Summit. Official White House Photo by Chuck KennedyFamily photo. Photo: Nuclear Security Summit 2016President Niinistö and President of China Xi Jinping discussing before the first session of the Summit. Photo: Office of the President of the Republic
President Niinistö and President of Mexico Enrique Peña Nieto. Photo: Office of the President of the RepublicThe actions of national authorities and the role of international and institutional actions to improving nuclear security was discussed at the meeting. Photo: Office of the President of the RepublicFinland launched an initiative at the meeting, with the aim of improving the capability of countries – through methods such as border control – to detect stolen nuclear or radioactive material. Finland also emphasised the importance of the security of nuclear waste management. Photo: Nuclear Security Summit 2016
Representatives of around 50 countries and international organisations attended the summit. Photo: Office of the President of the RepublicSecretary of State of the United States John Kerry discussing with President Niinistö. Photo: Nuclear Security Summit 2016President Niinistö with Federal President of Switzerland Johann Schneider-Ammann. Photo: Office of the President of the Republic
President Niinistö gave the opening speech of the crisis scenario exercise ending the summit. Photo: Office of the President of the Republic
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