TALLINN - The Estonian government on Thursday backed the programme for its first 100 days in office, which lays out 98 tasks.
"The government has set bold aims for the 100 days," Prime Minister Juri Ratas said at a press conference. He said the central goals identified in the programme are to foster a strong and united Estonia and united society, less confrontation and inequality, and a well protected nation.
"During the first 100 days we will not only analyse, but will also take concrete steps toward fulfilling the government's goals...
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