TALLINN - At the meeting of the European Union foreign ministers in Copenhagen, Estonian Foreign Minister Urmas Paet said that the European Union must keep human rights in mind when dealing with all types of foreign policy issues, reports LETA. “We feel it is important to strengthen the EU’s human rights policy within its common foreign policy,” said Paet.Paet stated that in order to accomplish this, Estonia supports the idea of creating the position of a European Union special representative for human rights. “We would prefer a special representative mandate...
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