TALLINN – During a meeting held via video link on Friday, Estonian Foreign Minister Urmas Reinsalu and his Irish counterpart Simon Coveney agreed that Estonia and Ireland will be cooperating closely in 2021, when both countries will be elected members of the UN Security Council.
"Our experience so far has taught us that small and medium-sized members of the UN Security Council can make a difference and the cooperation of European countries in the council is crucial when it comes to making the issues of our region heard," Reinsalu said according to spo...
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