The central themes of the new political season will be Estonia's security, successful implementation of administrative reform, and preparedness for the presidency of the Council of the European Union, Estonian Prime Minister Taavi Roivas announced today.
"Britain's decision to leave the European Union brought about a situation where Estonia's EU presidency that was scheduled for the first half of 2018 will have to take place half a year sooner, or in the second half of 2017," Roivas stated when he spoke at the annual summer meeting of his Reform Part...
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