TALLINN - At a formal meeting of the UN Security Council on Wednesday, Estonia alongside the United States, Belgium, Germany, France and the United Kingdom raised the issue of Russia's actions against Georgia.
"This week marks 12 years since the beginning of Russia's aggression in Georgia. We considered it important to draw the international community's attention at the Security Council to the fact that Russia's aggression in Georgia has not waned," Estonian Foreign Minister Urmas Reinsalu said.
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