If Austria had counted on Russian support, she was to be disappointed. Russia was successfully waging two different wars at the beginning of 1809 - with Turkey and with Sweden. Furthermore, she was ostensibly at war with Britain, though neither side was actually willing to fight. Britain had sent a large portion of its army to Gothenburg to support the Swedes, but this was not where the fighting was taking place, since all the battles were in Finland. While the Swedes fought bravely, the might of Russia brought them to the negotiating table and the Swedes were forced to trade Finland for peace.