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    Reform Party to expand to Ukraine
    Apr01

    Reform Party to expand to Ukraine

    The ruling party in Estonia, in power since well before the turn of the century, said it will open a subsidiary in Ukraine, citing the market gap in Ukraine for parties willing to stay in power for a decade or more. …read more Source:...

    Mihkelson: Kyiv too slow in implementing reforms
    Mar31

    Mihkelson: Kyiv too slow in implementing reforms

    IRL MP Marko Mihkelson, who headed the Parliament’s Foreign Affairs Committee in the previous setup, said Ukraine has been slow in implementing vital economic reforms. …read more Source:...

    Russian man living in Ukraine says to Russia: “Please don’t save us”
    Mar30

    Russian man living in Ukraine says to Russia: “Please don’t save us”

    Aleksandr Gorlov, a Russian living in Ukraine, has created a series of online films which appear to reject the Russian propaganda that its countrymen in Ukraine are “being oppressed”. …read more Source:...

    Siim Kallas in Kiev: Estonia has achieved success because it has had the guts to make decisions
    Mar26

    Siim Kallas in Kiev: Estonia has achieved success because it has had the guts to make decisions

    In a presentation made in Kiev on Thursday, former Estonian Prime Minister and European Commissioner Siim Kallas highlighted the 1992 currency reform, visa waivers with important neighbouring countries such as Finland, the legal revolution and successful privatisation as the economic policy success factors that created the preconditions for the...

    Raud: even opposition proud of Crimea integration
    Mar17

    Raud: even opposition proud of Crimea integration

    Even those who usually criticize the Russian political elite are celebrating the annexation of Crimea, says Neeme Raud, ERR’s Moscow correspondent. …read more Source:...

    Crimea annexation was planned in advance, says Mihkelson on 1st anniversary
    Mar16

    Crimea annexation was planned in advance, says Mihkelson on 1st anniversary

    The head of the Estonian Parliament’s Foreign Affairs Committee, Marko Mihkelson, said Russia has always wanted to keep Ukraine under its influence, and while it was formerly able to use corrupt politicians to advance its interests, it now has to resort to other measures, including force. …read more Source:...

    Narva-born Russian general in charge in Donetsk says Ukrainian intelligence
    Mar12

    Narva-born Russian general in charge in Donetsk says Ukrainian intelligence

    Russian Major General Aleksey Zavizon, born in Narva, Estonia, is in charge of the separatist military headquarters in Donetsk, said Markian Lubkivskyi, a senior adviser at the Security Service of Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    Fish industry focusing on Asia, Africa, Ukraine and rebranding
    Feb26

    Fish industry focusing on Asia, Africa, Ukraine and rebranding

    Hard hit by the Russian food import ban, Estonia’s fish industry has found success elsewhere, recently sending 40 containers worth of fish to Japan. …read more Source:...

    Russian intelligence services launching study on language localism in the Baltics
    Feb25

    Russian intelligence services launching study on language localism in the Baltics

    FSB, the Russian Federal Security Service, is planning to study the Russian-language skills of ethnic Estonians, Latvians, Lithuanians and Ukrainians. …read more Source:...

    President emphasized truth and non-appeasement of Russia in Independence Day speech, Estonian analysts say
    Feb25

    President emphasized truth and non-appeasement of Russia in Independence Day speech, Estonian analysts say

    Professor and foreign policy analyst Andres Kasekamp said that the main focus of Ilves’s speech was the importance of truth in regards to Ukraine conflict. Law professor Lauri Mälksoo said that Ilves also referred to the importance of not appeasing the aggressors. …read more Source:...

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