NATO Afghanistan deliberations still in the futureLocal News
- Political decision will send soldiers into actionLocal News
- Coalition agreement progress one day at a timeLocal NewsEstonia's possible new triumvirate government hopes to sign the coalition agreement, talks on which kicked off with security topics the day before yesterday, by the end of next week. Yesterday saw the parties move on to tax and economic questions, which are also on the agenda for today. The hopeful coalition will work through Saturday to take a day of rest before the new week on Sunday.
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- President in seven daysEstonian newsExactly seven days ago today, Kersti Kaljulaid took a call from Chairman of the Riigikogu Eiki Nestor. What he had to say was brief and concise: «Hello, Kersti. I'm calling you on behalf of the Riigikogu Council of Elders. We have discussed matters and concluded we need to meet with you. To propose you run for president of Estonia.»
- Luik most frequent name in search for presidentLocal NewsParties resumed communication after yesterday's Riigikogu Council of Elders meeting to find a candidate that would suit all six. None can hope to avoid concessions in this process, while all will have to swallow desires and insults in addition to abandoning the temptation of planting their own mouthpiece in Kadriorg.
- Estonian security expert Juri Luik could become new NATO deputy secretary generalLocal News
- Kallas gets going, others on standbyLocal News
- Posing the presidential question: a he or a she?Local News
- Riigikogu elections spiced up with PresidentsLocal News
- The cordon that Russians never leftLocal NewsA 20 years long Estonian-Russian tussle regarding embassy buildings this year wound up with a 99 years contract pursuant to which Estonia may rent land under its Moscow embassy for a token price while Russia, among other things, is able to use the one-time Soviet border guard cordon in Pirita, Tallinn.
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