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Estonia Helps Relieve War Traumas of Children in Georgia
The Foreign Ministry is supporting the counselling of children who suffer from war traumas as a result of the armed conflict in Georgia. The project is being implemented by Tallinn University, which is ...
Foreign Minister Paet Visited Georgian IDPS and Border Area of South Ossetia Conflict Zone
Foreign Minister Paet visited the Georgian IDP villages of Tserovani and Shavshvebi along with the deputy director of the European Union Monitoring Mission in Georgia General Gilles Janvier. The foreign ...
Foreign Minister Paet Met With Georgian President Saakashvili
Foreign Minister Urmas Paet emphasised to Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili that in the interest of alleviating the post-conflict situation, efforts must be continued to bring international observers ...
Foreign Minister Paet: Estonia Supports Territorial Integrity of Georgia
At his meeting with Georgian Foreign Minister Gregory Vashadze in Tbilisi, Foreign Minister Urmas Paet emphasised that Estonia supports Georgia’s sovereignty and territorial integrity. Paet and Vashadze ...
Foreign Minister Paet Begins Official Visit to Georgia
Tomorrow, 7 September, Foreign Minister Urmas Paet will begin his official visit to Georgia. Paet has meetings planned with Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili, Prime Minister Nika Gilauri, and Foreign ...
Estonia to help build sport facilities and playgrounds for displaced young Georgians
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs is helping improve the living conditions of displaced young people in Georgia by building play and sports grounds in their villages. Minister of Foreign Affairs Urmas Paet ...
Estonia Supports Quick Conclusion of EU-Georgia Visa Facilitation and Readmission Agreement
Foreign Minister Urmas Paet stated that Estonia supports the quick concluding of a visa facilitation and readmission agreement between the European Union and Georgia. Paet stated that the goal of concluding ...
Estonia to reintroduce border control at its internal borders during the meeting of NATO Foreign Ministers
For security reasons, Estonia will reintroduce border control at its internal borders during the unofficial meeting of NATO Foreign Ministers from 17 – 23 April in Tallinn. To ensure the highest possible ...
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