According to Darya Gulik, project manager of the FARO, recent events have been strongly reflected in the speech of all Finnish-Russians, "as if it were February 24 again". Gulik is also the volunteer coordinator of the House of Helsinki project, which helped Ukrainian refugees in Finland.
She says that at this stage, even the most recent ones have realised the gravity of the situation.
The community is worried about the closure of the border and rumours that Russia itself is blocking the movement of those who are in a state of mobilisation from travelling outside the country.
"For the most part, Russians here are worried about their own relatives," says Gulik.