The vision is to create a single metropolitan area between Finland's capital Helsinki and its Estonian counterpart, Tallinn, aims to bind together two economies and two nations with strong linguistic and cultural ties

With an eye towards building closer physical ties, the Estonian and Finnish transport ministers signed an agreement to build an undersea tunnel between Tallinn and Helsinki in January 2016, a decision that followed an agreement between Tallinn's mayor and Helsinki in 2008.


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