Estonian Prime Minister Juri Ratas expressed regret over opposition politicians focusing on domestic political fighting during a discussion in the parliament on Tuesday, May 16, about Estonia's upcoming EU Presidency.
"I am actually very sad that the question round turned out to be so strongly about domestic policy," Ratas said in his closing speech on Tuesday. He added that the EU Presidency topic is much wider and is not the place for domestic policy.
According to Ratas, the chairman of the Center Party, the Reform Party's bitterness...
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