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17.06.2019|Government

Jüri Ratas: Estonian peacekeepers can count on the state for support

Stenbock House, 17 June 2019 – Prime Minister Jüri Ratas expressed appreciation to the Estonian soldiers who have served in international missions and their loved ones at a reception that was held in their honour. The members of the Defence Forces and their family members gathered in the Stenbock...
14.06.2019|Government

Ratas: cooperation with our close friend Finland is increasingly important in this ever-changing world

Stenbock House, 14 June 2019 – at today’s meeting Prime Minister Jüri Ratas and Antti Rinne, Prime Minister of Finland, discussed cooperation between the two countries, important projects in the Baltic Sea region, and the Finnish Presidency in the Council of the European Union, which will begin in...
14.06.2019|Government

Prime Minister Jüri Ratas will greet Queen Margrethe II of Denmark on the anniversary of the Estonian and Danish flags

Stenbock House, Tallinn, 14 June 2019 – tomorrow, in honour of the 135th anniversary of the Estonian flag and the 800th anniversary of the Danish flag, a family day is held on the Freedom Square in Tallinn. The honorary guests of the day are Queen Margrethe II of Denmark, President Kersti Kaljulaid...
13.06.2019|Government

Prime Minister received authorisation to sign the roadmap for synchronising power networks

Stenbock House, 13 June 2019 – On Thursday, the government authorised Prime Minister Jüri Ratas to sign the synchronisation roadmap at the meeting of the heads of government of the Baltic Republics and Poland and the European Commission President, taking place at the meeting of the European Council...
12.06.2019|Government

Accreditation information: Meeting of Estonian and Finnish Prime Ministers in Stenbock House on Friday

Dear Journalists! Prime Minister Jüri Ratas will meet his Finnish counterpart Antti Rinne in Stenbock House on Friday, June 14. Prime Ministers will discuss bilateral relations, Finnish presidency of the Council of the European Union and other foreign policy topics. After the meeting...
08.06.2019|Government

Prime Minister Jüri Ratas is discussing the broader implementation of artificial intelligence and digital solutions with the G20 countries

Stenbock House, June 7 - For the next two days, Prime Minister Jüri Ratas is participating at Digital Economy and Trade Ministerial of G20, held in Tsukuba, Japan. “Estonia received an invite because this meeting mostly focuses on digital economy – an area where we have stood out in Europe and...
06.06.2019|Government

Reforms to the strategy "Estonia 2035" to become clear by November

Stenbock house, 6 June 2019- At today’s Cabinet Meeting, the government approved the future timetable for the state strategy "Estonia 2035", according to which the necessary reforms will become clear by November of this year. The strategy itself will be completed by April of 2020, after...
06.06.2019|Government

The Government approved the proposal to submit Kadri Simson as the candidate for European Commissioner

Stenbock House – 6 June 2019 At today’s session, the Government approved the Prime Minister’s proposal to submit Kadri Simson as the candidate for European Commissioner for the next iteration of the Commission as well as the current one, should the seat of the Estonian Commissioner become...
06.06.2019|Government

The e-Estonia Council approved the “kratt” strategy

Stenbock House, 5 June 2019 – at today’s session, the e-Estonia Council approved the strategy for Estonian “kratts*”, or the action plan for implementing artificial intelligence, an initiative of the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications and the Government Office. According to Jüri...
05.06.2019|Government

The prime minister will make a proposal to the government to name Kadri Simson as the candidate for European Commissioner

Stenbock House – 5 June 2019 Upon the suggestion of Prime Minister Jüri Ratas, a proposal to name Kadri Simson as the candidate for European Commissioner for the next iteration of the Commission as well as the current one, should the seat of the Estonian Commissioner become vacant, will be...

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