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Estonia affirms commitment to development cooperation with Ukraine
Apr22

Estonia affirms commitment to development cooperation with Ukraine

Ukraine remains a priority country for Estonian development cooperation, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ Director General of the External Economic and Development Cooperation Jüri Seilenthal said at consultations held in Kiev. …read more Source:...

Ratas in Kiev: Ukraine’s future will affect European security architecture
Apr06

Ratas in Kiev: Ukraine’s future will affect European security architecture

Speaking at the Kyiv Security Forum on Thursday, Estonian Prime Minister Jüri Ratas said that Ukraine’s future would determine the design of the European security architecture for the next few decades and called for continued cooperation on European security and stability. …read more Source:...

Estonian businessman wins against Russian defense ministry in Crimean court
Mar30

Estonian businessman wins against Russian defense ministry in Crimean court

Businessman and former mayor of Tallinn, Tõnis Palts, is defending his rights to real estate owned by him in Crimea, won against the Russian defense ministry in a local first-tier court earlier this month. …read more Source:...

EU Affairs Committee visiting Ukraine
Mar27

EU Affairs Committee visiting Ukraine

The Riigikogu’s European Union Affairs Committee is starting a three-day visit to Ukraine on Monday. The MPs will meet with their colleagues from the Ukrainian parliament, and with Estonians living and working in Ukraine. …read more Source:...

Startup visa attracts applicants from Ukraine, India
Feb22

Startup visa attracts applicants from Ukraine, India

Since its implementation one month ago, Estonia’s startup visa program has received applications from 50 businesses, of which just over one third have been accepted. …read more Source:...

Estonia continues to offer support to Ukraine, allocates funds for humanitarian crisis relief
Feb07

Estonia continues to offer support to Ukraine, allocates funds for humanitarian crisis relief

The Estonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs will support the alleviation of the humanitarian crisis in Ukraine with €400,000 to help restore housing and the supply of drinking water as well as alleviate the situation of people forced to leave their homes. …read more Source:...

Estonia continues to offer support to Ukraine, allocates funds for humanitarian crisis
Feb07

Estonia continues to offer support to Ukraine, allocates funds for humanitarian crisis

The Estonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs will support the alleviation of the humanitarian crisis in Ukraine with €400,000 to help restore housing and the supply of drinking water as well as alleviate the situation of people forced to leave their homes. …read more Source:...

Estonian, Swedish foreign ministers discuss urgent issues at Stockholm meeting
Feb04

Estonian, Swedish foreign ministers discuss urgent issues at Stockholm meeting

Estonian Minister of Foreign Affairs Sven Mikser and Swedish Minister of Foreign Affairs Margot Wallström discussed the security situation in the Baltic Sea region, the respective situations in Ukraine and Syria, transatlantic relations, the future of the EU as well as Estonia’s upcoming EU presidency at a meeting in Stockholm on Friday....

Foreign minister expresses concern over situation in Ukraine
Feb03

Foreign minister expresses concern over situation in Ukraine

Minister of Foreign Affairs Sven Mikser (SDE) expressed concern over the situation in East Ukraine, where fighting between Ukrainian troops and Russian-backed separatists has intensified. …read more Source:...

Estonia’s ex-foreign minister hails US statement at UN on Russia sanctions
Feb03

Estonia’s ex-foreign minister hails US statement at UN on Russia sanctions

Member of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the Riigikogu and former Minister of Foreign Affairs Keit Pentus-Rosimannus hailed U.S. Ambassador Nikki Haley’s recent remarks at the UN Security Council according to which U.S. sanctions on Russia would not be lifted as long as the Crimean peninsula remained annexed by Moscow. …read more...

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