FINLAND: The Russians Leave

Day after Germany's Adenauer left for home, the Finns popped into Moscow for a five-day visit. It was another of Moscow's surprises, capped by a concession. Premier Bulganin, indisposed from the "overwork" of the negotiations with Adenauer, was not on hand to greet Finland's 84-year-old President Juho Paasikivi and Premier Urho Kekkonen when they stepped from the Russian plane that had brought them from Helsinki. But two days later it was Bulganin, pale but smiling, who informed the Finnish Premier that because of the "friendly relationship existing between Fmland and the Soviet Union," Russia had decided to return the...

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