TALLINN 's Estonia's ruling Reform Party on Nov. 2 launches a campaign to publicize its political vision under the heading "Let's make Estonia one of five most prosperous countries in Europe."
The three-week campaign on television and streets of Tallinn will cost about one million kroons (EUR 64,000), the party's campaign manager Arto Aas said.
The ambitious goal of Estonia becoming in 15 years one of five most prosperous European countries can be reached with the right policy, Reformist leader and Prime Minister Andrus Ansip said.
According to the minister, what it takes is consistent and tenacious lowering of taxes, improvement of the enterprise environment and investment in children, education, research-intensive economy and rule of law.
The Reform Party has published its program to bring this goal closer over the next four years.