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Estonian foreign minister: Ukraine’s integration with EU is good for whole Europe

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Dec. 3, 2012, 1:22 p.m. | Ukraine abroad — by Baltic Course

Estonian Foreign Minister Urmas Paet (right) with his Latvian counterpart in Riga, Aug. 2012. On a visit to Kyiv in December, Paet confirmed Estonia’s support for Ukraine’s EU integration.
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At a meeting with Vice Prime Minister of Ukraine Sergei Tigipko in Kyiv, Foreign Minister Urmas Paet confirmed Estonia’s support for Ukraine’s integration with the European Union. He also spoke of Estonia's readiness to continue sharing its experience of reform, assuming that Ukraine is still interested, Foreign Ministry press department reports.

According to Paet, Ukraine’s movement towards the European Union, including the signing of an Association Agreement between the European Union and Ukraine, is in the interest of both sides. 

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