The previous round of negotiations took place in Austria this summer.
The Finnish presidential administration said that the United States and Russia would hold talks on nuclear arms control on Monday in Helsinki.
A statement issued by the administration of Finnish President Sauli Niinisto on Sunday said that “the round of discussions on strategic stability and nuclear weapons between the United States and Russia, which began in Vienna over the summer, will continue in Helsinki on Monday.”
The administration of the Finnish President noted that the delegations of Washington and Moscow have already met in Finland in 2017.
The focus of the parties is on the US-Russian nuclear arms control agreement, which expires in February.