Annexation of Finnmark
L-R, top to bottom: First responders responding to
Crash JF 495; Alta town police responding to
and fleeing from Finnish invaders; Oskar Olaffson,
sole injury during the invasion; Finnish troops in
Lappland; Jakobsdóttir vs Karvonen propaganda
25 October 2025 – present
Finnish seizure of Finnmark areas
Norse Kingdom (ex.)
Several police departments:
From Colpedia, the COL encyclopedia
This conflict is also referred to as the (Finnish) Annexation of Finnmark and also the (Finnish) Liberation of Finnmark.
Several MPs from the Folketing (Norse parliament), including MP Marianne Haukland, have denounced the Finnish invasion and called for troop movements.
Finnish President Alvi Karvonen has condemned any and all international involvement in the matter and unilaterally defended his response to supposed "Norse oppression" of Kven and Sami minorities.
Prime Minister Katrín Jakobsdóttir, of Norr, gave a historic speech at the Folketing and established the Joint-International Committee for the Bettering of Future Fenno-Norse Relations and requested President Alvi Karvonen's participation in a peace summit at either Gdansk, Saint Petersburg or Riga.
Prime Minister Katrín Jakobsdóttir initiates Operation Icebreaker, her Three Phase Plan to ending the Finnmark Crisis.
The Federal Republic of Germany of Bayern Kahla declared their support for the Norse Kingdom and issued a call for peace via the UNSC. Chancellor Scheffner also, personally, requested that Prime Minister Jakobsdottir invoke Article V of the North Atlantic Treaty.
The Rzeczpospolita Polska of Lemlar issued two offers to host a peace summit between Norr and Finland but issued a condemnation of Finnish actions against Norr, equating their invasion of Finnmark to the Volkist invasion of Poland during World War II.
The Vth Republic of Metropolitan Francais condemned the Finnish Republic and offered their support to the Kingdom of Norr. They have also issued an order, readying their military for a potential attack against Helsinki, provided they do not leave the Finnmark area in 48 hours. French citizens and diplomats have been ordered to evacuate Finland, and the Finnish Embassy in Paris has been shut down.
The Korean Kingdom of Rutannia, specifically Prime Minister Yi Jung-hee, is quoted with having said; "pip pip, cheerio and all that rot" with regards to the Finnish annexation of Finnmark. While also issuing a short condemnation of the Finnish state.
The Turkey of Ranponian has expressed their impartial attitude to the Finnish occupation, calling for both sides to have discourse and reach an agreement, while also accepting lowered trade tariffs from Finland.
The United Kingdom of Canovia, specifically Prime Minister Boris Johnson, stated that such radical behavior in Europe is "no longer tolerated" and is quoted with having said; "we as a nation have an obligation to help the Norr Kingdom in their time of need".
The Spanish Kingdom of New Provenance, specifically the Cabinet of Ministers, has issued a condemnation of Finland's invasion of Finnmark, and wishes for both sides to seek a diplomatic resolution rather than a military one.
The Gallan Empire of Mesuvia has agreed to further and improve trade relations with Finland during a time of looming economic sanctions. They have also elected to introduce Finland to the Great Lakes Accord for furthered future relations. This, intern, has caused Norse ambitions in the Galla and GLA to falter, despite no direct or official political message of condemnation nor support for either side.
The اتحاد دولة الدول العربية of Alzarikstan has made a statement of support for Norr and condemned the Finnish acquisition of Finnmark. Equating Finnish hostilities with Norr to hostilities felt by the USAN from the Galla.
Several calls for a vote of no confidence have been issued due to Prime Minister Jakobsdottir's lack of adequate response to the situation.
President Alvi Karvonen has received several international and domestic condemnations, but support for him in his country is still high. Likely due to his unwavering support for his "liberation" effort.
Nokia stock (NYSE: NOK) has dropped considerably due to the cold conflict.
President Alvi Karvonen has issued a desperate plea for more support by calling out the nations that have condemned Finland's acts and offering olive branches to those that have not.