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    Feature: Ruussaar in Eastern Ukraine, Part 4 | Corruption
    Mar31

    Feature: Ruussaar in Eastern Ukraine, Part 4 | Corruption

    ERR’s Ainar Ruussaar traveled to Eastern Ukraine in February this year as part of a training program for local journalists. In the fourth and last article of his series, Ruussaar talks about an aspect of Ukrainian life that has decisively affected the country’s fate as well as its reputation: corruption. …read more Source:...

    Feature: Ruussaar in Eastern Ukraine, Part 3 | Mariupol
    Mar25

    Feature: Ruussaar in Eastern Ukraine, Part 3 | Mariupol

    In the third feature of his four-part travel series, ERR’s Ainar Ruussaar describes his destination, Mariupol, a historic city, resort town on the Sea of Azov, and industrial center all in one. …read more Source:...

    Feature: Ruussaar in Eastern Ukraine, Part 2 | On the train
    Mar18

    Feature: Ruussaar in Eastern Ukraine, Part 2 | On the train

    ERR’s Ainar Ruussaar traveled to Eastern Ukraine in February as part of a training program for local journalists. This is the second of his four-part report on his trip, in which he talks about his journey from Tallinn to Mariupol. ERR News is publishing Ruussaar’s account of the situation in the area over the next few weekends....

    Mikser: Crimea is part of Ukraine
    Mar16

    Mikser: Crimea is part of Ukraine

    Four years after a referendum was staged in Crimea as the basis for its illegal annexation by Russia, Minister of Foreign Affairs Sven Mikser (SDE) released a statement condemning the annexation and expressing continued support for Ukraine and its territorial integrity. …read more Source:...

    Feature: Ruussaar in Eastern Ukraine, Part 1 | War
    Mar11

    Feature: Ruussaar in Eastern Ukraine, Part 1 | War

    ERR’s Ainar Ruussaar traveled to Eastern Ukraine in February as part of a training program for local journalists. ERR News is publishing Ruussaar’s account of the situation in the area over the next few weekends. This is the first of four parts, where he describes his arrival in the Mariupol area. …read more Source:...

    Mikser at OSCE meeting: Russia must fulfill international obligations
    Dec08

    Mikser at OSCE meeting: Russia must fulfill international obligations

    In his speech at the meeting of the foreign ministers of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) held in Vienna on Thursday, Minister of Foreign Affairs Sven Mikser (SDE) focused on supporting Ukrainian sovereignty and the protection of human rights. …read more Source:...

    Nordica to add flight to second Kiev airport starting spring 2018
    Nov18

    Nordica to add flight to second Kiev airport starting spring 2018

    Nordica announced that in spring next year they will start flying to another airport in Kiev, Zhuliany Airport, while the carrier’s previous flights were only to Boryspil Airport. …read more Source:...

    New report on information war against Ukraine published in Estonia
    Nov15

    New report on information war against Ukraine published in Estonia

    The Center for Applied Studies of Estonian National Defence College has published another report that analyzes the information operations of the ongoing conflict in Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    Eastern Partnership countries encouraged to enter EU market via Estonia
    Oct28

    Eastern Partnership countries encouraged to enter EU market via Estonia

    Speaking at the 4th Eastern Partnership (EaP) Business Forum held in Tallinn on Friday, Enterprise Estonia board chairman Alo Ivask called for Armenian, Azerbaijani, Georgian, Moldovan, Ukrainian and Belarusian entrepreneurs to enter the EU market through Estonia. …read more Source:...

    Paper: Ukrainians ask about Estonia’s experiences with Bronze Soldier
    Oct11

    Paper: Ukrainians ask about Estonia’s experiences with Bronze Soldier

    Andriy Sadovyi, mayor of the Ukrainian city of Lviv, has sought information from Estonian Ambassador to Ukraine Gert Antsu regarding Estonia’s experiences with handling Soviet monuments. …read more Source:...

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