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    ERR near Luhansk: artillery fire now common
    Jun16

    ERR near Luhansk: artillery fire now common

    Two ERR Radio 4 journalists Kirill Krabu and Artur Aukon visited the Ukrainian village of Tr’okhizbenka near the front line of battle, finding locals no longer surprised by shelling. …read more Source:...

    Estonia-Finland relations discussed by Soini and Pentus-Rosimannus
    Jun03

    Estonia-Finland relations discussed by Soini and Pentus-Rosimannus

    The new Finnish Foreign Minister Timo Soini will meet with his Estonian counterpart Keit Pentus-Rosimannus today in Tallinn. The pair will speak about current events in the European Union as well as discuss regional security, migration, the situation in Ukraine and the possibilties of future cyber cooperation. …read more Source:...

    Ilves in Georgia: Eastern Partnership not a one-way ticket to EU
    Jun03

    Ilves in Georgia: Eastern Partnership not a one-way ticket to EU

    Estonian President Toomas Hendrik Ilves, on a two-day official trip to Georgia, said the EU’s Eastern Partnership project is not a straight ticket to the union, but added that Georgia, along with Moldova and Ukraine, are in the same boat as the EU. …read more Source:...

    At least 6,000 people killed, 16,000 wounded in Ukraine
    Jun02

    At least 6,000 people killed, 16,000 wounded in Ukraine

    A new report issued on June 1 by the UN Human Rights Office details the serious human rights violations and abuses that persist in eastern Ukraine, including shelling, executions, arbitrary and illegal detentions, torture, ill-treatment, human trafficking and the lack of justice and accountability, as well as deprivation of economic and social...

    Amnesty: President Putin’s troop deaths decree a ‘blatant attack on freedom of expression’
    May29

    Amnesty: President Putin’s troop deaths decree a ‘blatant attack on freedom of expression’

    A decree signed this week by Russian President Vladimir Putin making deaths of Russian forces “in peacetime” a state secret is yet another attack on freedom of expression in the country and indicates that President Putin has something to hide in Ukraine, Amnesty International has said. …read more Source:...

    Ministry supports foreign students to study in Estonia
    May29

    Ministry supports foreign students to study in Estonia

    Foreign Minister Keit Pentus-Rosimannus approved the financing of ten scholarship programs for students from Ukraine, Georgia, Belarus, Moldova, the Palestinian Authority and Kazakhstan to study at Estonian universities. …read more Source:...

    Rõivas: Riga summit fails to deliver results expected by Estonia
    May26

    Rõivas: Riga summit fails to deliver results expected by Estonia

    According to PM Taavi Rõivas, the Eastern Partnership summit in Riga did not deliver the results that some countries, including Estonia, were hoping for. Regardless, Rõivas acknowledged that questions regarding visa-free travel between the EU, Ukraine and Georgia were answered. …read more Source:...

    Rõivas and Pentus-Rosimannus expect support for Ukraine and Georgia in Riga
    May22

    Rõivas and Pentus-Rosimannus expect support for Ukraine and Georgia in Riga

    Prime Minister Taavi Rõivas and Minister of Foreign Affairs Keit Pentus-Rosimannus are participating in the fourth summit of the European Union and Eastern Partnership (EaP) states in the Latvian capital Riga. …read more Source:...

    Monkeys from Tallinn Zoo attacked in Crimea
    May21

    Monkeys from Tallinn Zoo attacked in Crimea

    Russian veterinary officials tranquilized a group of monkeys, originally from Tallinn Zoo, and left at least one baboon dead at the Yalta’s Skazka Zoo in the occupied territory of Ukraine, the Moscow Times reported. …read more Source:...

    Estonia supports Ukraine’s visa-free regime with EU
    May19

    Estonia supports Ukraine’s visa-free regime with EU

    Estonian Foreign Minister Keit Pentus-Rosimannus affirmed to her Ukrainian counterpart Pavlo Klimkin in a meeting in Brussels that Estonia supports setting up visa-free travel between Ukraine and the European Union. …read more Source:...

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