TALLINN - Although enthusiasm for joining the European Union runs high among politicians, the feeling is not shared among Estonian residents, and the government may be partly to blame. The government has not been effective enough in educating Estonian residents about European integration, said Foreign Minister Toomas Ilves at a press conference following a meeting with delegates from the five other "fast-track" EU candidate countries. Foreign ministers Ilves, Boris Frlec of Slovenia, Bronislaw Geremek of Poland, Jan Kavan of the Czech Republic, Janos Martonyi of Hungary and Cyprus' chief ne...
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