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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...

Ukrainian president’s visit to Estonia: The value of political solidarity in the Trump era
Jan27

Ukrainian president’s visit to Estonia: The value of political solidarity in the Trump era

On Jan. 23, 2017, Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko visited Estonia just three days after the inauguration of the 45th President of the United States, Donald Trump — a known skeptic of NATO. While the timing of the two events was not related, the messages raised in Donald Trump’s inaugural address and his vision of US foreign policy have...

PM to Poroshenko: Ukraine is not alone
Jan23

PM to Poroshenko: Ukraine is not alone

In a meeting with Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko in Tallinn on Monday, Prime Minister Jüri Ratas confirmed Estonia’s continuing and wide-ranging support of Ukraine. …read more Source:...

Estonian president: Ukraine should decide its own future
Jan23

Estonian president: Ukraine should decide its own future

Ukraine should be able to decide its own future, Estonian President kersti Kaljulaid said at her meeting with Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko in Tallinn on Monday. …read more Source:...

Estonian minister: Russia sanctions shouldn’t be lifted as reward for cooperation elsewhere
Jan17

Estonian minister: Russia sanctions shouldn’t be lifted as reward for cooperation elsewhere

Estonian Minister of Foreign Affairs Sven Misker said on Tuesday that he did not support the idea of easing sanctions imposed on Russia as a result of its actions in Ukraine as a reward for Moscow cooperating in some other area. …read more Source:...

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