She certainly stood out among the diplomatic crowd. For international reporters covering soporific EU meetings, and even more for a tiny country trying to create an international image, this was a major plus. And although Kristiina Ojuland is no longer Estonia's foreign minister, she is actively involved in international affairs as chairwoman of Parliament's EU affairs committee. One of her big fights now: annuling the 47 million euro fine against Estonia for excess sugar stocks prior to EU accession. As she told The Baltic Times, this was an example of "21st century nonsenseWhat do you do...
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