|Ulkoministeriö (in Finnish)|
Utrikesministeriet (in Swedish)
|Formed||28 June 1918|
|Headquarters||Merikasarmi, Laivastokatu 22, Katajanokka, 00160 Helsinki|
|Employees||1,420 permanent employees|
980 local employees
|Annual budget||EUR1.079 billion (2017)|
The ministry in 2017 has a total budget of 1.079 billion euros, of which 675 million will be spent on development cooperation and 248 million euros on the ministry's operating expenses. Upkeep of crisis management troops will cost 50 million euros and civilian personnel 15 million.
It employs 1,420 people (of whom approximately 74% are women) as well as 980 locally hired personnel and maintains 89 overseas offices housing foreign missions. Since 1987 the ministry has been concentrated in the Katajanokka district of Helsinki.
Two ministers in the current Antti Rinne's government have portfolios relating to the ministry:
The most senior civil servant is the Secretary of State, and is assisted by four Under-Secretaries of State with responsibilities allocated as follows:
Below these, the ministry is divided into twelve departments:
Outside of these departments there are two specialised units:
The ministers, as of 6 June 2019, are:
The current Secretary of State at the Ministry for Foreign Affairs is Matti Anttonen.