Sanna Marin, the prime minister of Finland, expressed her annoyance over the online publication of footage of her dancing at private events on Thursday. She said that the tapes were only intended for friends to witness.After a two-minute video of Marin, 36, dancing and singing with well-known local musicians and influencers went viral on social media or in Finnish media on Wednesday, Marin made a statement.
The videos were first published on a personal Instagram account. In December 2019, Marin, who is now the world’s youngest leader of a government, stated she was aware that she was being recorded but never imagined that the tapes would be made accessible to the public.
These movies were made privately and are private. I find it offensive that the public now knows about this,” Marin told reporters.She claimed she was unaware of the leaker.
Many Finns have expressed support for the young leader’s decision to balance her high-profile work with her personal life. The incident, according to the daily Helsingin Sanomat, aroused concerns about her judgement.The publication stated that the prime minister may provide people who wanted to harm Finland access to information warfare weapons in a delicate scenario.
The film, according to Marin, was put together from clips taken on two different occasions a few weeks ago. She claimed that while alcohol was consumed at the events, she was unaware of any drug use.