Urho Kekkonen

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Preses[1] Urho Kekkonen
8t Preses o Finland
In office
1 Mairch 1956 – 27 Januar 1982
Prime Meenister Karl-August Fagerholm
Vieno Johannes Sukselainen
Rainer von Fieandt
Reino Kuuskoski
Martti Miettunen
Ahti Karjalainen
Johannes Virolainen
Rafael Paasio
Mauno Koivisto
Teuvo Aura
Kalevi Sorsa
Keijo Liinamaa
Precedit bi Juho Kusti Paasikivi
Succeeded by Mauno Koivisto
Prime Meenister o Finland
In office
20 October 1954 – 3 Mairch 1956
Precedit bi Ralf Törngren
Succeeded by Karl-August Fagerholm
In office
17 Mairch 1950 – 17 November 1953
Precedit bi Karl-August Fagerholm
Succeeded by Sakari Tuomioja
Meenister o the Interior
In office
12 Mairch 1937 – 1 December 1939
Precedit bi Yrjö Puhakka
Succeeded by Ernst von Born
In office
17 Mairch 1950 – 17 Januar 1951
Precedit bi Aarre Simonen
Succeeded by V. J. Sukselainen
Meenister o Justice
In office
7 October 1936 – 12 Mairch 1937
Precedit bi Emil Jatkola
Succeeded by Arvi Ahmavaara
In office
17 November 1944 – 26 Mairch 1946
Precedit bi Ernst von Born
Succeeded by Teuvo Aura
In office
20 September 1951 – 22 September 1951
Precedit bi Teuvo Aura
Succeeded by Sven Högström
Meenister o Foreign Affairs
In office
26 November 1952 – 9 Julie 1953
Precedit bi Sakari Tuomioja
Succeeded by Ralf Törngren
In office
5 Mey 1954 – 20 October 1954
Precedit bi Ralf Törngren
Succeeded by Johannes Virolainen
Speaker o the Finnish Parliament
In office
22 Julie 1948 – 21 Mairch 1950
Precedit bi Karl-August Fagerholm
Succeeded by Karl-August Fagerholm
Personal details
Born 3 September 1900(1900-09-03)
Pielavesi, Finland
Deed 31 August 1986(1986-08-31) (agit 85)
Helsinki, Finland
Naitionality Finnish
Poleetical pairty Agrarian League 1933–1965: Centre Pairty 1965–1982
Spoose(s) Sylvi Salome Uino
Childer Matti, Taneli
Residence Tamminiemi
Alma mater Varsity o Helsinki
Profession Lawyer, polis officer, journalist
Releegion Lutheran
Signatur

Urho Kaleva Kekkonen (Finnish pronunciation: [ˈurɦo ˈkɑlɛʋɑ ˈkekːonɛn] ( listen); 3 September 1900 – 31 August 1986), wis a Finnish politeecian who served as Prime Meenister o Finland (1950–1953, 1954–1956) an later as the aichth an langest-servin Preses o Finland (1956–1982).[2] Kekkonen continued the “active neutrality” policy o his predecessor Preses Juho Kusti Paasikivi, a doctrine that came tae be kent as the “Paasikivi–Kekkonen line”, under which Finland retained its unthirldom while maintainin extensive trade wi baith NATO members as well as those o the Warsaw Pact.

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  1. Courtesy title in Finland for umwhile Preses o the Republic
  2. "Ministerikortisto". Valtioneuvosto.