On Oct. 30, it was announced that Tallinn would host the 2007 congress of the Federal Union of European Nationalities, the major representative body of ethnic minority groups. Estonian Population Minister Paul-Eerik Rummo said the conference would help showcase the nation's successful policies toward minorities. But in recent months, members of Estonia's ethnic Russian minority have begun protesting the discrimination and isolation felt by their community. The Baltic Times asked Rummo to provide his professional opinion on the issue. What were the main factors that helped the Federal Union ...
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