TALLINN - President of the United States George W. Bush gave a sports outfit as a present to Estonian Prime Minister Andrus Ansip on Nov. 28.
Ansip received a track suit and jogging shoes. "President Bush and Prime Minister Ansip have the common hobby of fitness sports," Martin Jasko, media adviser for the Estonian government, explained.
In return, Ansip gave the U.S. president a Skype telephone. The prime minister said the present was of symbolical importance. He said that Skype symbolized Estonia's success story in various ways, because the software was created by Estonians in Estonia, and now has 140 million users worldwide.