TALLINN - Estonian Prime Minister Juri Ratas on Monday presented to the parliament the state's long-term development strategy "Estonia 2035" which, according to the premier, will steer the state's decisions for the coming 15 years and will serve as basis for planning EU support and the state budget processes.
Ratas said that the document has been in the making for over two years with the help of close to 17,000 people as Estonia's long-term vision requires a broad-based discussion.
"During these two years, close to 30 workshop...
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