TALLINN - Estonian Prime Minister Taavi Roivas made a proposal at the summit of EU leaders on Thursday evening to ensure permanent funding of the EU task force established in 2015 to fight Russian propaganda.
The proposal was made during a discussion on Russia, where the prime minister of Estonia stressed that strategic communication of the EU must be fortified and for this financing of the EU Strategic Communication Task Force (EU StratComm) under the European External Action Service (EEAS) must be enhanced, spokespeople for the Estonian government said.
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