Prime Minister Sanna Marin (sd) arrived on a private plane from Brussels to Helsinki on Tuesday evening. Marin's flight landed at the Helsinki-Vantaa business flight terminal at about six o'clock on Tuesday evening.

Serious Marin did not comment on the negotiations in a word, but walked silently straight to the back seat of the ministerial car and continued his journey away from the airport.

Prime Minister Sanna Marin, who walked from the terminal to the ministerial car in sunglasses, did not want to say a word about the outcome of the support package negotiations.

Photo: Lassi Rinne

Marin was negotiating an EU corona subsidy package in Brussels. The package adopted on Tuesday has provoked strong criticism among opposition parties on social media.

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After the negotiations, Marin announced that the end result was good for Finland.

Finland estimates that it will receive EUR 3.2 billion from the corona recovery package in 2021–2023 and will pay EUR 6.6 billion from the package in 2021–2058, ie the figure for Finland is EUR 3.4 billion in the cold. IS would have liked to have asked Marin for more detailed reasons for his interpretation.

Sanna Marin arrived in Finland from the EU negotiations on a private plane.

Photo: Lassi Rinne

In addition, Marini would have been asked to respond to widespread criticism on social media about the support package approved by Finland. In the opposition, the outcome of the negotiations was even described as a historic defeat, and former Demar party secretary Mikael Jungner estimated that the Finns were stuck in Brussels.