TALLINN - The new Estonian minister of rural affairs, Martin Repinski, vowed today to eliminate the problems linked to his companies but dismissed the idea of resigning from his post.
"Why should I resign? I have behaved correctly as minister. I have behaved in accordance with laws as a businessman," Repinski said at a press conference.
He acknowledged that his companies were struggling financially and had difficulties settling their bills, but affirmed that the issues were not substantial.
He also said that his employees ha...
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