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Estonian PM: It’s important to focus on invigorating the economy

Thursday, March 12, 2020

Estonia needs rapid and well-targeted steps to combat the impacts of the coronavirus, and it is essential to focus on invigorating the Estonian economy, not cost-cutting, Prime Minister Juri Ratas said in his political statement to the Riigikogu on Thursday morning. Ratas said that the spread of the COVID-19 virus and a simultaneous decline in oil prices are seriously affecting the situation of the global economy and European economy. Therefore,…

It is normal for coalition parties to fight for their interests, but it is important for these efforts not to become destructive

Thursday, July 25, 2019

It is normal for coalition parties to fight for their interests, but it is important for these efforts not to become destructive, the deputy head of the National Alliance’s group at Saeima Janis Dombrava told LETA, commenting the recent disagreements within the coalition. The politician said that political organizations usually try to draw attention to themselves, but that he hopes that the productive work of the coalition will continue. He…

Estonian, Polish ministers of culture and sport discuss fight against doping

Friday, January 18, 2019

Estonia’s Minister of Culture Indrek Saar and Poland’s Minister of Sport and Tourism Witold Banka discussed cooperation between the two countries in sports at their meeting in Tallinn on Thursday, focusing on the topic of fight against  doping. “Poland has carried our several major reforms in the field of combating doping in recent years. Poland has evolved as an important  partner in this internationally. Close international cooperation is of utmost…

European Commission committee adopts Rail Baltica implementation decision

Friday, September 28, 2018

The committee of the Trans-European Transport Network (TEN-T) operating by the European Commission on Thursday adopted the Rail Baltica railway implementation decision, which is the premise for receiving funding and sets the objectives, indicative schedule and management structure of the project. “This is a European Commission decision regarding five member states — Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Poland — who are directly or indirectly carrying out the Rail Baltica project or…