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Listen to a special podcast series discussing the Northern Dimension policy

The Finnish podcast Euroopan Suunta ('Direction of Europe') has published four special episodes in which expert guests discuss the Northern Dimension policy.
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The series includes four podcasts discussing the Northern Dimension policy and activities from different viewpoints: its background and future, business and research, and achievements of the Partnerships.

The podcasts included interviews with Petra Gombalova EEAS, Alistair Clark and Simon Evans EBRD, Oddgeir Danielsen NDPTL, Ulla-Karin Nurm NDPHS, Dace Resele NDPC and Riitta Kosonen, Lead Coordinator of the Northern Dimension Institute in Aalto University School of Business. 

The podcast series was produced by the NGO European Movement in Finland and the Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland. The podcasts are partly in Finnish and partly in English.

You can find the four podcasts on:

Spotify

Apple Podcast

Soundcloud

And other platforms with the keywords 'Euroopan suunta'. 

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