TALLINN – In remarks delivered at the International Center for Defense and Security in Tallinn on Friday, Estonian Defense Minister Juri Luik said that terrorism is considered a bigger threat by residents of Estonia than the actions of Russia.
"For instance, the Estonian public sees terrorism as one of the main threats, and it doesn't have a lot to do with Estonia. It's related to what is covered in the media," Luik said. "In 2015, the threat number one was Russia. Of course public opinion concentrates on direct threats at the presen...
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