TALLINN – Estonia is implementing an independent and consistent foreign and security policy, mainly through its involvement in the European Union and NATO, Foreign Minister Urmas Reinsalu said in his speech about Estonia's foreign policy in the Riigikogu on Tuesday.
In increasing Estonia's clout, the country's status as an elected member of the UN Security Council, maintaining a strong transatlantic bond, the Three Seas Initiative and expanding the foreign service are under special attention this year, the minister said.
"We have ...
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