TALLINN - Estonian Interior Minister Mart Helme said in an interview with the daily Postimees that he will in any case terminate the employment of Elmar Vaher, director general of the Police and Border Guard Board.
"Yes, 'is terminating' is corr...
TALLINN – The Estonian government at a Cabinet sitting on Thursday approved national real estate investments for the next few years, with approximately 83 million euros to be invested in real estate construction next year.
"Investments for the next few years will be ...
TALLINN - Estonian Prime Minister Juri Ratas said at the government press conference on Thursday that the three parties making up the ruling coalition have not presented any ultimatums to one another in relation to the planned second pillar fund reform and the extraordinary pension hike.
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