Following the Brussels terrorist attacks on March 22, Estonian Prime Minister Taavi Roivas has described the events as “deadly and vile”, and added that their aim is to “sow fear.”
"We are all deeply shocked by the terror attacks that took place in Brussels,” Roivas communicated via the Estonian Government’s spokespeople. “There is one goal to these deadly and vile attacks: to sow fear.”
"We will not surrender to fear. Also when the heart of Europe is hit. Estonia is with Belgium and the re...
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