TALLINN - Estonian Prime Minister Kaja Kallas invited leaders of all parties in the Riigikogu to a meeting at Stenbock House on Friday afternoon to agree on joint action in the security crisis.
"Russia's large-scale military operations in Ukraine, which began today, have changed the entire European security situation. Although we know that there is no military threat to Estonia's security at the moment, we must be prepared for hybrid threats, misinformation campaigns and also provocation attempts," Kallas said.
"As very tense times lie ahead, we can get through them if we stick together, have a balanced mind and put aside our domestic political differences for a while. That is why I proposed to the leaders of the parties in the Riigikogu to gather and discuss how we could act together in this security crisis," the prime minister added.