Finnish security chief Antti Pelttari released a declassified report on December 10 which shed light on the extent of foreign intelligence operations in Finland which pointed to increased activities of "several dozens” employees of intelligence agencies from Russia and China that have been stationed permanently in the country.

“Several foreign intelligence agencies are operating actively on Finnish soil. Cyber-espionage campaigns are also targeted regularly at Finland,” said Pelttari when pre...

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