Norway’s events cast shadow over Foreign Ministers’ meeting in Tallinn
Finnish Foreign Minister Erkki Tuomioja and his Estonian counterpart Urmas Paet have expressed their condolences over the acts of terror in Norway. “The events are a tragedy for Norway, but also for all friends of Norway. Finland and Estonia share their grief with Norway,” the ministers said. Tuomioja met Estonian Foreign Minister Urmas Paet in Tallinn on Saturday, 23 July.
Foreign Minister Erkki Tuomioja to make working visit to Estonia
Foreign Minister Erkki Tuomioja will visit Estonia in late July. He is scheduled to meet his Estonian counterpart Urmas Paet on Saturday, 23 July. The ministers will exchange views on current issues of international politics and discuss bilateral relations. This is Mr Tuomioja’s first working visit to Estonia in his capacity as Foreign Minister of the new Finnish Government.
A coalition of extremes
The task of forming a majority government based on the outcome of the April 17th parliamentary elections was beginning to look impossible, but a six-party coalition government and a 100-page government programme have now been created, as proof of Finland’s political pragmatism.
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