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An Estonian email address was used to make a bomb threat against a Kyiv synagogue

An email address with the Estonian domain was used to make a bomb threat to the Brodsky synagogue in Kyiv, Ukraine; people were evacuated from the temple and no explosives were found. According to the Estonian newspaper, Postimees, the email with the bomb threat was sent from motorola_dnr_1488@mail.ee in the …

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Estonian startup Ridango to supply a ticketing system for Kyiv

The Estonian transport information technology provider, Ridango, has signed a contract to implement a new ticketing system in Kyiv, the capital of Ukraine. The Ridango’s ticketing hardware will be installed in 1,500 public transport on-ground vehicles with more than 5,000 validators altogether. All validators will also feature a 2D reader …

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The Estonian e-Governance Academy to develop e-services in Ukraine

Over the next two years, the Tallinn-based e-Governance Academy will assume a lead role in creating a data exchange and information system in Ukraine, enabling up to 600 local service centres in the country to provide up-to-date public services to the people by exchanging information with national central registries. The …

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Nordic-Baltic foreign ministers: Russia needs to be held accountable for Crimea

The foreign ministers of Nordic and Baltic countries have issued a powerful statement on the second anniversary of Russia’s illegal annexation of Crimea, confirming their support for Ukraine’s territorial integrity and saying that Russia needs to be held accountable for its crimes. The statement by the foreign ministers: “Today, two …

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UPDATED: Estonian MPs call for the release of the detained Ukrainian pilot

Seventy-two members of the Estonian parliament have voted in favour to pass a statement in support of Nadiya Savchenko, a member of the Ukrainian parliament and a military pilot, who is being illegally detained in Russia, demanding her release and return to Ukraine. A member of the Foreign Affairs Committee …

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