The time when acceding countries were welcomed to European Union meetings is long gone, and now it is business as usual. Like our novelist Tammsaare, we are struggling for our daily survival and to create a future for coming generations by cherishing the traditions of our forefathers. We have about a dozen years of experience both in successful domestic reforms and foreign relations, which will be a foundation for our self-confidence as a member state of the European Union. One of the main issues of the current enlargement is the venerable story of the essence of a united Europe. Opposing s...
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