TALLINN - Estonia's Prime Minister Juri Ratas admitted that scandals linked to the agriculture minister of his government, Martin Repinski, have stirred up numerous questions and vowed to make a decision regarding the situation soon.
"Firstly, I sincerely regret that we've had to dedicate a large part of the first ten workdays of this government to the personal question of Minister of Rural Affairs Martin Repinski. Because of that, many issues important to the Estonian people which the newly-installed government addresses on a daily basis have been left witho...
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