Finland PM Apologises For “Inappropriate Pic” Taken At Her Home During Party

Finland PM Sanna Marin
Finland PM Sanna Marin

Finland PM Sanna Marin, 36, the one who has made no secret of his leisure time, said that the picture was taken during a private party with his friends after a concert in July.

Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin apologized on Tuesday for a photo that surfaced from a private party she threw at her official residence in July, following a public uproar over her party last week.

Finland PM Sanna Marin Apologises

On Monday, a drug test taken by the Prime Minister, one of the world’s youngest leaders, came back negative. It was taken to allay concerns after video footage was published of him singing and dancing with Finnish celebrities at another party last week.

This week, another image began circulating on social media, showing two well-known female influencers kissing each other, their bare breasts covered with the “Finland” sign from the prime minister’s official residence in Helsinki.

“In my opinion, the picture is not fair. I apologize for that. Such a picture should not have been taken, but otherwise, nothing extraordinary happened at the meeting,” Marin told reporters.

Marin, 36, who has made no secret of her leisure time, said the photo was taken during a private party with her friends after a concert in July.

Sanna Marin Video

“We sauna, swam and spent time together,” she said, describing the party at her seaside residence.

Finns are divided over the premier’s behavior, with some vocal support for the young leader combining a personal life with his high-profile career, while others have questioned whether his decision was influenced by his leisure activities. Will happen.

Social Democrat leader Marin, who became the world’s youngest government leader in December 2019, agreed on Friday to take a drug test, saying she had never taken drugs and attended a party she attended. Didn’t see anyone doing this.

Marin told Reuters in January that she and her fellow young female ministers have been targeted with widespread hate speech for their gender and appearance while in office.