In Finnish

Memorandum of the Commissariat for Foreign Affairs to the Finnish Legation in Moscow, on December 18, 1940

According to Article 7 of the Peace Treaty concluded by the USSR and Finland on March 12, 1940, each Contracting Party shall construct on its own territory and as far as possible during the year 1940, a railroad which connects Kandalaksha with Kemijärvi. Having undertaken this obligation, the USSR began to carry it out without delay, and constructed in the course of 1940 on its own territory from Kandalaksha to the Soviet-Finnish border. Finland on the other hand has not built in its territory a single kilometer of the Kandalaksha-Kemijärvi railroad, and thus has not carried out the obligation assumed in the Peace Treaty.

The Commissariat for Foreign Affairs calls the attention of the Finnish Government to this matter, and demands that the building of the Kandalaksha-Kemijärvi railroad in Finnish territory be completed in the shortest possible time.

Source: Finland reveals her secret documents on Soviet policy, March 1940—June 1941. Doc. nr. 55. Wilfred Funk, New York 1941.
The book is a verbatim translation of the "Blue-White Book" published by the Foreign Ministry of Finland, 1941.

The contemporary Peoples' Commissariat for Foreign Affairs report on the Paasikivi-Molotov discussion (in Russian).

Finland in the Soviet foreign policy 1939-1940