Aggression of the Russian Federation: Estonia declared its support for Ukraine

Estonian President Alar Karis

The Estonian leader promised to continue to provide assistance to Ukraine and announced plans to pay a visit to Kiev in early 2022.

Estonian President Alar Karis, during a meeting with the European Union Ambassador to Ukraine Matti Maasikas on Wednesday, December 29, expressed support for Kiev against the backdrop of Russia’s aggressive actions, writes Interfax-Ukraine with reference to the office of the Estonian leader.

During the talks, which took place in Tallinn, the parties agreed that a possible military invasion of Russian troops into Ukrainian territory poses a threat to security not only for Ukraine, but for the whole of Europe.

At the same time, Karis told the interlocutor that Tallinn supports Kiev on its way to the European Union, and added that only the Ukrainian people can decide which communities the country can become.

“Despite the ongoing hostilities in eastern Ukraine, Ukrainians remain supporters of reforms, continuing their efforts to integrate into the European Union. This is a country where democratic values ​​are valued, and Estonia supports Ukraine’s aspirations for the European Union and the right of Ukrainians to decide which alliances they want consist, “he said.

Finally, the Estonian leader promised to continue providing assistance to Ukraine and announced his visit to Kiev in early 2022.

We will remind, earlier the Estonian MP Mark Mihkelson received a greeting card from the Russian Ambassador Alexander Petrov, in which he said that Russia is not planning aggressive actions against their neighbors.

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