Three quarters of respondents in a new Yle online survey say they're against Finland increasing work-based immigration. The result comes days after the election success of the Finns Party - who also propose a tough line on newcomers. Yet there are growing warnings that the fast-ageing population means Finland desperately needs to import workers, or risk a dangerous hole in the country's finances.
The results of Sunday’s parliamentary elections in Finland show a clear, expected win by the opposition Centre Party. The party’s leader, 53-year-old millionaire Juha Sipilä from Oulu in northern Finland is poised to succeed Alexander Stubb as Finland’s next prime minister.
The Arkhangelsk region studies the possibility of the organization within Barents cooperation of sea cruises with visit by foreign tourists of the territory of national park "Russian Arctic" on the archipelago of Franz Joseph Land, reports the press center of the government of the Arkhangelsk region. The deputy governor of the Arkhangelsk region on infras
From April 26 to April 29 the scientists of the Udmurt state university will make space experiment at the international station. In the conditions of imponderability they research new magnetic materials, KP Izhevsk with reference to the press service of The Udmurt State University reports.
Their colleagues will join physics of university from Germany, Belgium, Great Britain and the USA. On ISS since 2009 the group prepared for carrying out the scientific experience .
Today we are celebrating the Erzya language day.
Estonia’s Classical Radio created a survey to find out which is the favorite Estonian classical album, ERR News reports. Four albums by Maestro Arvo Pärt made it to top ten.
A poll conducted for the Reservists Association found that around a third of those answering were unable to say whether they support Finnish membership of the alliance, Yle News reports. The poll found the greatest uncertainty about Nato among women and the young.
A unique for Russia ecological festival Olonia, the Goose Capital will take place in Olonets region of Karelia on May 1-10, portal Official Karelia reports. A meeting of twenty unusual capitals of Russia, including Pokrov, the Chocolate Capital, Vologda, the Butter Capital, Suzdal, the Cucumber Capital, etc. will take place for the first time.
At least 31,500 Hungarian citizens left the country for more than a year in 2014, up by nearly 50% from 2013 and six and a half times of the figure recorded in 2009, business daily Világgazdaság said on Wednesday, citing figures from the Central Statistical Office (KSH).
The project of online courses of the Komi language is realized by Diaspora of the people of Komi "Nevatas" in St. Petersburg since 2014, reports еру Representation of the Komi Republic in the Northwest region.
The position of Committee of rescue of Pechora causes bewilderment of process men in questions of social partnership2015-04-13 13:12
The committee of rescue of Pechora demands from the oil companies to be "social partners", but avoids asking a question: whether is it a partner? The edition of “the Red Banner” asks oneself a question.
Finland’s leading daily newspaper, Helsingin Sanomat, published an online poll last week, asking readers to suggest and vote on derogatory nicknames for Estonians.
The Estonian Parliament approved Taavi Rõivas's new Cabinet on Wednesday and the ministers were sworn in and assumed office today.
А Нungarian cultural festival will be held in five Russian cities between March 30 and June 30, the state secretary for cultural and science diplomacy said. About it website Hungarian Register reports.
In the Kortkerossky region of Komi people are waiting again for the assistance from Mondi Syktyvkar OJSC
The students of Petrozavodsk University will be extra paid for studying of the Karelian and Veps languages
The multivolume edition "Monuments of folklore of peoples of Siberia and the Far East" was presented in the Federation Council
The speaker of the State Council of Komi participated in a meeting of the Russian president with parliamentarians of the country
One of the "fathers" of ethnofuturism Yury Lisovsky for the anniversary presented in Syktyvkar new works (photos)
The Association of Finno-Ugric Universities intends to return examinations in the native language for entrants
Komi state council suggests taking small peoples interests into account in a federal law on recreational fishing
The foreign minister presented the archival materials and mementos of Jüri Uluots to the University of Tartu
A quantity of Khanty, Mansy, Nents being occupied with their traditional household in this area is growing
Consul of the Consulate General of Finland in St.Petersburg has visited Karelian Institute for Educational Development
In the Komi Republic It Was Decided to Live according to Its Own Time – and to the Moscow Standard Time