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- Government adopts 7 foreign mission bills for next yearLocal NewsEstonian government on Thursday adopted bills according to which next year up to 154 members of the Estonian defense forces would take part in international military operations in the NATO Response Force (NRF) as well as in Afghanistan, Mali, Kosovo, the Middle East and the Nordic Battle Group of the European Union.
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- Monument to fallen in Afghanistan moved to PaldiskiLocal NewsCommander of the Defence Forces, Major General Riho Terras, on visit to Afghanistan since Monday night, assisted by Estonian soldiers serving in Afghanistan, yesterday removed the cross and plaque bearing names of the nine fallen from the monument at Camp Bastion; the elements of the monument will be transported to Estonia and will, in April 2014, be erected in vicinity of 1st Infantry Brigade, in Paldiski.
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- Evelyn Kaldoja: 60 monsters from AfghanistanOpinionI do not count every difference a tremendous enrichment. Rather, I treat tolerance as a combination of love for fellow men and rational realisation that different does not automatically mean dangerous. High indeed rose my eyebrows upon hearing that our government substantiated denial of asylum to an Afghani interpreter, long cooperating with Estonian soldiers in the dangerous Helmand, by the risk of some 60 of his colleagues coming over as well.
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- Estonian formin reaffirms continued support for reconstruction of AfghanistanLocal News
- Ilves to the Afghan head of state: Responsibility for one’s freedom makes each state stronger and more successful 57 pictures!Local NewsAt the official reception ceremony in Kadriorg, where the Estonian Defence Forces' guard of honour stood in attendance and the Estonian and Afghan national anthems were played, President Toomas Hendrik Ilves greeted the President of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, Hamid Karzai who today arrived on a state visit to Estonia.
- President of Afghanistan to arrive on a state visit to EstoniaLocal News
- Paet: NATO-Russia co-operation in Afghanistan intensifyingLocal NewsAt the meeting of the NATO and Russian foreign ministers in Brussels, it was agreed that there are a great deal of areas in which NATO-Russia co-operation is growing closer. Estonian Foreign Minister Urmas Paet stated that these areas are improving the security situation in Afghanistan, the fight against terrorism and narcotics, and anti-piracy activities. There are also areas – such as missile defence – in which no visible progress has been made.
- Human rights court's decision allows to reject young Afghan's applicationLocal NewsThe European Court of Human Rights issued a judgment on Tuesday that could influence the way Estonia will decide about whether or not to grant asylum to a young Afghan man claiming to be in danger after the coalition troops leave the country because of his service as interpreter to the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF), the evening news of ETV television said.
- Paet: Afghanistan is important development co-operation priority partner for EstoniaLocal NewsForeign Minister Urmas Paet met with Catriona Laing, the head of the Provincial Reconstruction Team (PRT) in the capital of Helmand Province Lashkar Gah. “Due to the reduction of foreign troops, civilian co-operation and development aid play an increasingly important role in building up Afghanistan and supporting the development of the country,” Paet emphasised.
- Paet recognised Estonian soldiers serving in AfghanistanLocal News
- Paet in Kabul: Estonia’s support for Afghanistan will continue after allied forces have left 6 pictures!Local NewsWhen meeting with Foreign Minister of Afghanistan Zalmai Rassoul today, Foreign Minister Urmas Paet said that a military contribution in Afghanistan as well as supporting society through civil and development co-operation have been part of Estonia’s long-term goal of helping Afghanistan on the path to development. “Estonia’s support in the form of civilian projects will continue in Afghanistan even after most of the international security forces have been pulled out,” Paet noted.