The Agreement between Finland and Sweden concerning transboundary rivers entered into force on 1 October 2010.
The purpose of the Agreement is to promote cross-border cooperation in water and fisheries issues and ensure equal
opportunities for the two countries to use transboundary rivers for the benefit of the frontier region.
Besides this, the Agreement contributes to the efforts to prevent flood and environmental damages.
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Agreement in English (pdf-file)
Agreemet in Swedish (pdf-file)
Agreement in Finnish
Agreement in Northern Sami (pdf-file)