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02.04.2020|Foreign Ministry

Declaration by NATO Foreign Ministers

02.04.2020 We, the Ministers of Foreign Affairs of NATO, meet today in the midst of an unprecedented pandemic which is affecting all Allies and partners, imposing a huge cost in lives lost, as well as a sudden and severe shock to our economies. We express our deepest sympathies with all the...
22.03.2020|Foreign Ministry

Joint statement by the Friends of Georgia group in OSCE on the so-called presidental elections in Abkhazia

Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Canada, Estonia, Finland, Ireland, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway, Poland, Romania, Sweden, Ukraine, United Kingdom and the United States of America do not recognize the legitimacy of the so-called “presidential elections” held in Georgia’s Abkhazia region on March 22, 2020...
27.02.2020|Foreign Ministry

Joint article of 14 EU foreign ministers on the situation in Idlib

Published in Postimees on 27 February In Idlib, a new humanitarian disaster is playing out, one of the worst in the Syrian crisis that, in nearly a decade, has caused too many such disasters to count. The Syrian regime continues its strategy of military reconquest of the country at any cost,...
11.02.2020|Foreign Ministry

The speech of Foreign Minister Urmas Reinsalu about Estonian Foreign Policy in Riigikogu

President of the Riigikogu, members of the Riigikogu, diplomats, The foreign and security policy decisions of the incumbent Government of the Republic are guided by Estonia’s national interests, national sovereignty, and international law, following international agreements and the principles of...
03.02.2020|Foreign Ministry

The speech of Foreign Minister Urmas Reinsalu at the formal ceremony dedicated to the centenary of the Tartu Peace Treaty at the Vanemuine Concert Hall on 2 February 2020

President of the Republic, constitutional office-holders, freedom fighters, dear people of Estonia, On 4 December 1919, the prospects for peace were described as follows: “Will it work – it is unknown. It is certain that the Bolsheviks want peace but it is also certain they do not want peace for...
02.02.2020|Foreign Ministry

The speech of Foreign Minister Urmas Reinsalu at the formal ceremony dedicated to the centenary of the Tartu Peace Treaty at the Vanemuine Concert Hall on 2 February 2020

President of the Republic, constitutional office-holders, freedom fighters, dear people of Estonia, On 4 December 1919, the prospects for peace were described as follows: “Will it work – it is unknown. It is certain that the Bolsheviks want peace but it is also certain they do not want peace...
17.01.2020|Foreign Ministry

Statement by H.E. Mr Urmas Reinsalu Minister of Foreign Affairs of Estonia Keynote at the Raisina Dialogue, New Delhi

The Role of Estonia in the United Nations Security Council in 2020 and 2021   Minister Jaishankar, Excellencies, Distinguished guests, Ladies and gentlemen, I would like to thank Minister Jaishankar and the ORF for the opportunity to be here in New Delhi at the Raisina Dialogue and to...
09.01.2020|Foreign Ministry

Statement by Foreign Minister Urmas Reinsalu at Security Council open debate on Upholding the United Nations Charter to Maintain International Peace and Security

Statement by H.E. Mr Urmas Reinsalu Minister of Foreign Affairs of Estonia Security Council open debate on Upholding the United Nations Charter to Maintain International Peace and Security 9 January 2020 Mr. President, On behalf of Estonia I would like to thank the government of Vietnam for...
19.11.2019|Foreign Ministry

Mr Urmas Reinsalu at the Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade of Hungary 18.11.19

30 years after Hungarian Rendszervaltas and Baltic Way: Why we need strong transatlantic bond   Ladies and Gentlemen, dear friends, It is my distinct honour and pleasure to speak to you here today at the Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade of Hungary. As this year marks a number of...
09.10.2019|Foreign Ministry

Speech by Foreign Minister Reinsalu at Heritage Foundation (Washington): "No Alternative to Unity: Transatlantic Security Beyond 2020"

No Alternative to Unity: Transatlantic Security Beyond 2020 Foreign Minister Urmas Reinsalu at Heritage Foundation, 9 October 2019   Ladies and Gentlemen, dear friends, It is my distinct honour and pleasure to speak to you here today, as a representative of one free country in the...

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