Finland and Russia agreed to cooperate on a civilian nuclear program, including the research of nuclear energy, reactors and their use in energy production, safety, radiation protection and environmental protection.
A previous agreement between the two countries expired in 2004, according to Finnbay.com. Though there has not been an agreement in place since then, the countries have worked together without a legal treaty framework, the article said.
The latest treaty has a stipulation in place that makes international treaties on nuclear liability reciprocally applicable between Finland and Russia, the article said.
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