Estonia wants the EU to move forward with free trade treaties

The EU must move forward with free trade treaties which would open up new markets for the EU's agricultural sector, Estonian Minister of Rural Affairs Tarmo Tamm said.

Spyware found on government computers in Lithuania

The Baltic state of Lithuania, on the frontline of growing tensions between the West and Russia, says the Kremlin is responsible for cyber attacks that have hit government computers over the last two years.

400 million euro EIB loan for Estonia

The European Investment Bank (EIB) and the Estonian Ministry of Finance have signed the second portion, worth 400 million euros, of a co-financing facility for Estonia aimed at supporting investments in research and innovation, sustainable transport infrastructure and the promotion of the development of the country's micro, small and medium-sized enterprises.

Finland’s defense minister supports détente in the Baltic sea

Finland's defense minister said he doesn't see the recent deployment of Russian missiles in the Baltic Sea region as a direct threat, but warned Wednesday that a negative spiral of actions and counter- actions could cause "something to happen, even if only accidentally."

Baltics worried about Russian military presence and NATO’s future

Despite being worried about an increased Russian military presence, the Baltic nations are still congratulating America's new leader, Donald Trump.



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