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The Finnish passenger flight from Israel landed in Stockholm

Another plane from Tel Aviv in Israel, chartered by the Swedish government, landed at Arlanda Airport in Stockholm on Saturday night.

“I am happy that everyone arrived safely and that our cooperation in the Nordic countries is going well,” says the Swedish Foreign Minister. Tobias Billströmin a press release.

There were about 120 passengers on board, Swedes and people from other Nordic countries, according to the Swedish Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Reports say there were approximately 60 Finnish passengers on board Evening news.

Chief Consul Josie Tanner The Foreign Ministry informed Ilta Sanomat on Friday evening that the Finns on board would have to manage the flight from Stockholm to Finland themselves. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs does not arrange hotel accommodation or connecting flights to Finland for those arriving in Stockholm.

The first planned Finnish evacuation flight from Tel Aviv to Helsinki was canceled on Friday due to technical problems. The second flight is expected to land in Helsinki on Saturday morning.

Also on Friday night, an evacuation flight from Israel arrived in Stockholm, and at the moment, there are no further flights planned, but the Swedish Foreign Ministry “remains in close contact with the other Nordic countries regarding exit options,” the Swedish government said. He writes in a press release.

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