Pekka Lintu

Finnish Ambassador to the United States

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Finnish Ambassador to the United States

Pekka Lintu on KCRW

Bloody conflicts around the world could well have been worse if it weren't for the work of a man most Americans have never heard of.

Nobel Peace Prize Awarded to Finnish Diplomat

Bloody conflicts around the world could well have been worse if it weren't for the work of a man most Americans have never heard of.

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