TALLINN - Pesident Toomas Hendrik Ilves said in an interview to Estonian public radio Vikerraadio on the eve of Victory Day - celebrated on June 23 - that, due to the steps taken by Russia in the Crimea and eastern Ukraine, the world is back in the years just after the Second World War, reports Public Broadcasting. Ilves added, though, that there are many in Europe who still see Russia’s increased aggressiveness through rose-colored glasses.“There are quite a lot of people in Europe who are hoping that this is a bad dream that will pass, that we will wake up tomorrow and...
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