Ministry of the Interior (Finland)
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The Ministry of the Interior (Finnish: sisäministeriö, Swedish: inrikesministeriet) is one of the Finnish Government's twelve ministries, which is responsible for matters related to internal security such as counter-terrorism, policing, fire & rescue services, and border control, as well as migration issues. The ministry is led by the Minister of the Interior, Maria Ohisalo of the Green League.
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