The US Department of Justice has transferred nearly $500,000 in forfeited Russian assets to Estonia, earmarked for the restoration of Ukraine's energy infrastructure.
Estonian FM Tsahkna warned that NATO has three to four years to strengthen defenses against Russia's growing "war machine."
According to the Estonian police, Russia has deliberately directed the Estonian border groups of foreigners lacking the legal right to enter the European Union at the end of 2023.
Estonia spy agency chief cites doubling of Russian forces on NATO frontier in warning of anticipated Kremlin confrontation within the next decade, deeming military buildup key to deterrence.
On 3 February, Estonia announced Javelin anti-tank systems, machine guns, and ammunition for small arms arrived in Ukraine…
The Estonian Ministry of Defense announced this development, stating that the move aims to bolster defenses and deter potential military threats.
Estonia’s annual support package for Ukraine aims to bolster Ukraine’s economy through business cooperation and to aid in the country’s post-war reconstruction.
Estonia's President Alar Karis voiced his support for Ukraine to freely strike Russian territory using Western-provided weapons, without constraints only allowing attacks on Russian-occupied Ukrainian land.
Estonian Prime Minister Kaja Kallas has pledged to provide military aid to Ukraine equal to 0.25% of the country's GDP for the next four years, urging other nations to match this level of support.
Estonia has trained over 1,300 Ukrainian soldiers, about one-sixth of the total number of its own conscripts, since Russia invaded Ukraine in February 2022, per Estonia's MoD. Training includes basic skills, artillery, sniping, and cybersecurity.
The newest aid package includes Javelin anti-tank missiles, machine guns, ammunition for light weaponry, various vehicles and vessels, as well as diving equipment.
Fighting on the ground in Ukraine is expected to subside due to weather conditions, said Col. Ants Kiviselg,…
"Instead of looking for solutions that would please Moscow, we must isolate Russia in every way on the international arena," Estonian Minister of Foreign Affairs Margus Tsahkna said
Russia is running out of shells and can only fight low-intensity war in Ukraine for another year.
Germany, Britain, and Poland are the largest donors to Ukraine in terms of GDP.
Balticconnector ensures gas transportation between Finland, Estonia, and Latvia, helping these NATO countries reduce dependence on Russian gas.
Tanel Kriggul, a soldier of the International Legion of Ukraine's Armed Forces, was killed in action in the Donetsk Oblast.
Estonian President Alar Karis declared during a meeting of the Arraiolos Group presidents in Portugal that the expansion…
Prescient tip-off helped thwart a major Russian airborne op aimed at capturing Kyiv airport and potentially Ukraine’s capital itself in the war's fateful first hours
Estonian Prime Minister Kaja Kallas declares cyberspace a critical "frontline" in the Ukraine-Russia war, calling for global collaboration to counter cyber threats and affirming that democratic values, aided by technology, must be upheld.