Finland’s president says that he briefed U.S. President Donald Trump amid the California wildfires on how the Nordic nation successfully displays its substantial forest sources with a well-working surveillance system.

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President Sauli Niinisto mentioned in an interview revealed Sunday within the Ilta-Sanomat newspaper that he advised Trump throughout their temporary assembly in Paris on Nov. 11 that “Finland is a rustic lined by forests however we even have surveillance system and community” in case of wildfires.

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Trump mentioned Saturday in northern California that wildfires weren’t an issue in Finland as a result of the Finns “spend a variety of time on raking” leaves and “cleansing and doing issues.”

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Niinisto mentioned he advised Trump “we care for our forests,” however mentioned that he cannot recall something being talked about on raking.

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