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    Rõivas in Kyiv: Events in Ukraine important for Estonian people
    Feb23

    Rõivas in Kyiv: Events in Ukraine important for Estonian people

    Prime Minister Taavi Rõivas was in Kyiv over the weekend at the one-year anniversary event of the Maidan protest escalations. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine ripe, but risky for investments, says Estonian expert
    Feb23

    Ukraine ripe, but risky for investments, says Estonian expert

    Transit expert and former Estonian government minister Raivo Vare said investments into Ukraine can be made to work but need to be done with knowledge. …read more Source:...

    EU police mission in Ukraine likely, says Estonian expert
    Feb20

    EU police mission in Ukraine likely, says Estonian expert

    A EU-led police mission, such as in Kosovo, is possible in eastern Ukraine, says Maksym Bugriy, a research fellow at the International Center for Defense and Security, in Tallinn. …read more Source:...

    Former Russian PM in Tartu: war about popularity, not empire
    Feb19

    Former Russian PM in Tartu: war about popularity, not empire

    Only a freely elected new leadership of Russia could stop the conflict in Ukraine, said former Russian prime minister Mikhail Kasyanov at a conference in Tartu. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine border issues means nothing will change, says expert
    Feb17

    Ukraine border issues means nothing will change, says expert

    Transit businessman and former Estonian government minister Raivo Vare said the Minsk talks allegedly took place after Russian President Vladimir Putin wrote a letter to EU leaders. …read more Source:...

    Estonian ambassador in Kyiv: ceasefire largely holding
    Feb16

    Estonian ambassador in Kyiv: ceasefire largely holding

    The situation around Debaltseve is tense, but the ceasefire, which began 00:00 on February 15, is largely holding, said Sulev Kannike, the Estonian ambassador to Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    Ilves: no easing on sanctions until results visible 
    Feb13

    Ilves: no easing on sanctions until results visible 

    Estonian President Toomas Hendrik Ilves said until there are visible results in the Ukraine peace process, there will be no talks on shifting sanctions against Russia. …read more Source:...

    Finnish analysts: Putin has essentially admitted that Russia has missiles in Ukraine
    Feb13

    Finnish analysts: Putin has essentially admitted that Russia has missiles in Ukraine

    Finnish political analysts’ reading of the Minsk-2 agreement is that Russia has admitted its role in the war in Ukraine – something that has been considered self-evident in the West but which the Putin regime has steadfastly denied. …read more Source:...

    Liik: frozen conflict might not be worst case for Ukraine
    Feb13

    Liik: frozen conflict might not be worst case for Ukraine

    A so-called frozen conflict might not be the worst scenario for Ukraine, says Kadri Liik, a senior policy fellow with the European Council on Foreign Relations. She added that in Minsk a path to integrate separatist areas into Ukraine was chosen, but this will happen on conditions dictated by Russia. …read more Source:...

    ERR in Moscow: Russians skeptical on Minsk agreement as US was not present
    Feb13

    ERR in Moscow: Russians skeptical on Minsk agreement as US was not present

    People in Moscow have welcomed the new Minsk agreement under which a ceasefire will go into effect in Ukraine, but many fear it will not lead to lasting peace. Their reason: the United States, held by Russians to be behind the war, did not attend the talks, ERR’s Neeme Raud reported from Moscow. …read more Source:...

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