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Finland
Practice Relating to Rule 158. Prosecution of War Crimes
Section B. Granting of asylum to suspected war criminals
In 2006, in a report to the Counter-Terrorism Committee of the UN Security Council, Finland stated:
The Finnish legal provisions on granting asylum comply with the Geneva Refugee Convention. Asylum is not granted if there are reasonable grounds to suspect that the alien has committed a crime against peace, war crime or crime against humanity as defined by international agreements. Asylum is not granted either if there are reasonable grounds to suspect that the alien has committed a serious non-political crime, or an act which violates the aims and principles of the United Nations. 
Finland, Report to the Counter-Terrorism Committee of the Security Council in response to its questions on Finland’s implementation of the provisions of resolution 1624 (2005) presented in its letter of 15 May 2006, enclosure to Letter dated 14 July 2006 from the permanent representative of Finland to the United Nations addressed to the Chairman of the Counter-Terrorism Committee, annexed to UN Doc. S/2006/506, 19 July 2006, Letter dated 17 July 2006 from the Chairman of the Security Council Committee established pursuant to resolution 1373 (2001) concerning counter-terrorism addressed to the President of the Security Council, p. 7.