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    Interview: Pavlo Klimkin says Russia at war with both Ukraine and EU
    Jun22

    Interview: Pavlo Klimkin says Russia at war with both Ukraine and EU

    What got Ukraine where it is today? Who is responsible for the mistakes of the past 25 years? What’s the oligarchs’ role in politics? ETV+ talked to Ukrainian foreign minister Pavlo Klimkin. Here is the full-length video interview in English. …read more Source:...

    Estonian citizen suspected of terrorism to be extradited to Ukraine
    Jun17

    Estonian citizen suspected of terrorism to be extradited to Ukraine

    The Supreme Court of Estonia refused to hear the appeal of the decision that the extradition of Estonian citizen and terrorism suspect Vladimir Poljakov to Ukraine is lawful, which means that the decision stands and Poljakov now awaits extradition. …read more Source:...

    75 years since the June Deportations
    Jun14

    75 years since the June Deportations

    In June 1941, the Soviet authorities deported 95,000 people from the Baltic States, Poland, Bukovina, and Bessarabia (present-day Moldova and Southwest Ukraine) to force the collectivization of farms and destroy the local rural economies. …read more Source:...

    Visiting Ukrainian minister: Russian withdrawal needed to hold elections in Eastern Ukraine
    Jun10

    Visiting Ukrainian minister: Russian withdrawal needed to hold elections in Eastern Ukraine

    Ukraine demanded unlimited access for OSCE observers and the withdrawal of all Russian forces from Eastern Ukraine, the country’s foreign minister, Pavlo Klimkin, said in Tallinn on Thursday. …read more Source:...

    President Ilves: Welcome back home, Nadiya Savchenko
    May25

    President Ilves: Welcome back home, Nadiya Savchenko

    Ukrainian Air Force pilot and Verkhovna Rada Deputy Nadiya Savchenko was pardoned by Russian President Vladimir Putin, released and returned to Ukrainian soil on Wednesday in exchange for two Russian nationals pardoned by Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko. …read more Source:...

    Baltic defense ministers discuss preparations for upcoming NATO summit
    May23

    Baltic defense ministers discuss preparations for upcoming NATO summit

    Meeting on the Estonian island of Saaremaa on Monday, the Baltic States’ three respective Ministers of Defence discussed preparations for the upcoming Warsaw NATO Summit on July 8-9, the security situation in the Baltic Sea region, supporting Georgia and Ukraine, and defense cooperation between Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. …read...

    Court rules extradition of Estonian terrorism suspect to Ukraine lawful
    May20

    Court rules extradition of Estonian terrorism suspect to Ukraine lawful

    Tallinn Circuit Court overturned a lower-level court decision, finding the extradition of Vladimir Poljakov, an Estonian citizen suspected of terrorism, to Ukraine is lawful. …read more Source:...

    Estonian government backs scrapping one-carrier restriction on Ukraine flights
    May19

    Estonian government backs scrapping one-carrier restriction on Ukraine flights

    On Thursday, the Estonian Government approved an order eliminating a one-carrier restriction from the country’s 1993 air traffic agreement with Ukraine. As a result of this amendment, opportunities for regular flights between Estonia and Ukraine will expand, said the Government Communication Unit of the Government Office of Estonia....

    Estonian MP urges German government to freeze Nord Stream 2 project
    May11

    Estonian MP urges German government to freeze Nord Stream 2 project

    The project for a second underwater gas pipeline between Russia and Germany undermined the unity of Europe, increased security risks, and delivered a blow to the economy of Ukraine. For all these reasons, it should be frozen immediately, MP Andres Herkel (Free Party) said. …read more Source:...

    Experts: Becoming a temporary Security Council member may not be worth the effort
    May11

    Experts: Becoming a temporary Security Council member may not be worth the effort

    One example of a temporary council member gaining from its position is Lithuania, which was on the council in 2014 and 2015. When Russian forces occupied Crimea, Lithuania was able to call a meeting of the UN’s General Assembly and put the matter on the agenda. …read more Source:...

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