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Estonia wants to develop an EU defence policy during its presidency

Estonia wants to assist the European Union in developing its defence policy during its presidency of the council of the EU that began on 1 July. The Estonian minister of defence, Jüri Luik, said in a meeting with the EU’s High Representative for foreign affairs and security policy, Federica Mogherini, …

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The Estonian presidency of the council of the EU begins – what does it entail?

On Saturday, 1 July 2017, Estonia takes upon its shoulders the presidency of the council of the European Union – a rotating presidency every member of the EU holds for six months at a time. This means that for the next six months, Estonia will be responsible for defining the …

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