IRL's support falls below election threshold of 5 pctLocal News
- Danish soldiers warned about possible provocations during stay in EstoniaLocal NewsDanish soldiers who will arrive in Estonia as part of NATO's enhanced forward presence battalion battle group at year-end will have to be careful as they might encounter provocations of Russian agents, the aim of which is to compromise the alliance's soldiers, the Danish daily Politiken reported referring to a report published by the Danish Defense Intelligence Service (DDIS).
- Sickly looking at civilian serviceLocal NewsAn interior ministry plan that has been cooking for two years would have young men deemed physically unfit for military service undergo 12-14 months of civilian service instead. The aim of the system already in use in Switzerland, Norway, and Israel would be to secure Estonia with a reserve of specialists in other fields besides the military in case of crises.
- Mart Helme: Culture living off Soviet fatLocal NewsBecause a large part of Estonia's cultural elite does not live in Estonia or receive support from the state, it is necessary to set about building a new cultural foundation for future generations in Estonia, instead of counting on second-rate stars imported from China, recently reelected chairman of the Estonian Conservative People's Party (EKRE) Mart Helme finds in an interview.