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14.05.2021|Foreign Ministry

Updated information about restrictions on movement for passengers arriving in Estonia between 17 and 23 May 2021

Due to the spread of the coronavirus, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs advises against any non-essential international travel. Before arriving in Estonia, you must fill out a traveller’s questionnaire. The questionnaire can be completed within three days of your arrival in Estonia. This makes...
13.05.2021|Foreign Ministry

Secretary General of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs is on a working visit to Ukraine

This week, the Secretary General of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Jonatan Vseviov is on a working visit to Ukraine. The aim of the visit is to express Estonia’s strong support for Ukraine’s sovereignty, territorial integrity and Euro-Atlantic integration, and to discuss the current security...
12.05.2021|Foreign Ministry

Foreign Minister Liimets at the GAC: we look forward to the quick uptake of the EU digital green certificate

Yesterday 11 May, Foreign Minister Eva-Maria Liimets attended the General Affairs Council of the European Union in Brussels. The ministers discussed preparations for the 24-25 May European Council that will focus on COVID-19, climate policy and relations with Russia. At the General Affairs Council...
11.05.2021|Foreign Ministry

Foreign Minister Liimets at the meeting of EU foreign ministers: European countries support finding common ground on various issues

Yesterday 10 May, Foreign Minister Eva-Maria Liimets attended the meeting of European Union foreign affairs ministers in Brussels. The Foreign Affairs Council covered topics such as a the next steps in the cooperation between the European Union and the United States ahead of the EU-US summit in...
10.05.2021|Foreign Ministry

Liimets: on Europe Day, we celebrate our accomplishments and look to the future

Yesterday 9 May, Europe Day was celebrated. Foreign Minister Eva-Maria Liimets underlined that the chance to celebrate this day for 17 years as a member of the European Union was a great privilege. In addition to looking back, now is also the time to look to the future. “Today, as we celebrate...
10.05.2021|Foreign Ministry

Foreign Minister Eva-Maria Liimets attends the Foreign Affairs Council meeting in Brussels

Today 10 May and tomorrow 11 May, Foreign Minister Eva-Maria Liimets is in Brussels to attend meetings of the Foreign Affairs Council and the General Affairs Council. At today’s meeting of the Foreign Affairs Council, the foreign affairs ministers of the EU will focus on advancing relations...
07.05.2021|Foreign Ministry

Updated information about restrictions on movement for passengers arriving in Estonia between 10 and 16 May 2021

Due to the spread of the coronavirus, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs advises against any non-essential international travel. Before arriving in Estonia, you must fill out a traveller’s questionnaire. The questionnaire can be completed within three days of your arrival in Estonia. This makes...
07.05.2021|Foreign Ministry

Government approves Estonia’s investment protection action plan proposed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs

On 6 May, the government approved the investment protection action plan for 2021-2030 proposed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The action plan is a strategy document setting out the objectives and international actions in the field of investment protection for the next ten years. The action...
07.05.2021|Foreign Ministry

Statement by H.E Ms Eva-Maria Liimets: Security Council Open Debate on the “Maintenance of international peace and security: upholding multilateralism and the United Nations-centred international system”

Mr President, Please accept my warm greetings to you and to the people of China. I warmly welcome Your Excellency Mr Bozkir here. I would like to thank the Chinese Presidency for organising this important meeting today. Estonia has always been a firm supporter of a rules-based international order...
07.05.2021|Foreign Ministry

Estonia raises the impact of COVID-19 on children in armed conflict at the UN Security Council

Today 7 May, Estonia is organising an informal virtual meeting at the UN Security Council that focuses on the protection of children in armed conflict during the COVID-19 pandemic. The meeting is chaired by Estonian Ambassador to the UN Sven Jürgenson. Ambassador Sven Jürgenson said the meeting...

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