Finland is gearing up for the massive defence procurement which is including army, navy and air force platforms and supportive auxillary combat systems.
It is said that this procurement programme is worth several billion euros. And this is a major-step change for a nation after it has been allocated an average of just %1.54 of GDP to defence since 1988.
So Russia is heating up all the waters and the borders in the world and there is still a warm Ukrainian situation on the table as an example. The Finns are considering that the defence landscape in their region has changed and they feel more threatened now than they did before.
As a part of this procurement programme The Defence Forces has launched a project to buy surface combatants to replace the Navy’s capabilities which will become outdated in the 2020s. The Project was named Squadron 2020 also known as Laivue 2020.
You can find some related links below for the details of the procurement programme and Squadron 2020 Project :