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24 Mar
Estonia's prime minister insists there is a crisis in European defence that needs to be solved now. Kaja Kallas tells Talking Europe that private funding for the acquisition of lethal weapons is blocked, which means the "vibrant" tech sector cannot be engaged.
21 Jun 2023
Estonia has become the second Central European country to legalize same-sex marriage. The law will come into force in 2024.

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