Juho Kusti Paasikivi
Juho Kusti Paasikivi (ˈjuho ˈkusti ˈpɑːsikiʋi; November 27, 1870 – December 14, 1956) was the seventh President of Finland
President of Finland
The President of the Republic of Finland is the nation's head of state. Under the Finnish constitution, executive power is vested in the President and the government, with the President possessing extensive powers. The President is elected directly by the people of Finland for a term of six years....

 (1946–1956). Representing the Finnish Party
Finnish Party
The Finnish Party was a Fennoman conservative political party in the autonomous Grand Duchy of Finland and independent Finland. Born out of Finland's language strife in the 1860s, the party sought to improve the position of the Finnish language in Finnish society...

 and the National Coalition Party, he also served as Prime Minister of Finland
Prime Minister of Finland
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 (1918 and 1944–1946), and was generally an influential figure in Finnish economics and politics for over fifty years.