COPENHAGEN, DENMARK (AP) — Finland's prime minister says he didn't take drugs at a "rowdy" party in a private home, and what to do when partying with friends with his hair down. He added that he did nothing wrong.
A video posted on social media shows six of her people, including Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin, dancing and mimicking the song in front of the camera. Later in the video, 36-year-old Malin kneels on what appears to be a dance floor, crosses her arms behind her head, and mimics her singing.
"Sad to be published. Spent the night with friends. Party, pretty wild, yes. Dancing and singing," she told Finnish broadcaster YLE on Thursday.
"I myself never used drugs or anything other than alcohol. I danced, sang, partyed, and did things that were perfectly legal." According to the Hufvudstadsbladet newspaper, I was not even in a position to know other people were doing that," Marin said.
It is unclear when the party was reportedly attended by Ilmari Nurminen, a member of Marin's Social Democratic Eduskunta (parliament), and Finnish singer Alma.
Marin, who became Finland's youngest prime minister in December 2019, spends his free time with friends like everyone else his age and intends to remain the same person he was before. she said.
"I hope it will be accepted. We live in a democracy and elections allow everyone to decide these issues," she said.
Finland, which shares a 1,340-kilometer (832-mile) border with Russia, faces high electricity bills, critics say, among other problems from Russia's invasion of Ukraine. ing. The country recently dropped its longstanding neutral position and sought membership in NATO.
In July, Marin attended the popular Finnish Rock He Festival. In December, she publicly apologized after she was out clubbing until 4 a.m. without her work phone. She did not test positive.