KIEV - In his speech at the Kiev Security Forum this May, Eki Nestor, the President of the Riigikogu, Estonia’s parliament, said that the greatest conflict is between open and closed views of the world, and open society is the main security threat for a regime that currently causes extensive security threats, Riigikogu press service reports.
“Already for some time the greatest conflict is between open and closed views of the world. The open world is democratic, respects people and freedoms, tolerant, acknowledges both victories and losses,” Nestor said. “In ...
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