Estonian Prime Minister met with his Finnish counterpart, Sanna Marin, in Tallinn, Estonia on January 10, 2020. Picture: Raul Mee/The Estonian Government

The talks between Prime Minister Sanna Marin (the SDP) and her Estonian counterpart, Jüri Ratas, in Tallinn on Friday focused on bilateral relations, transport and energy connections between the two countries, the security situation in the Middle East and topics related to the future of the European Union.

“I am very pleased to welcome my colleague today. The friendship between Estonia and Finland is strong and timeless, something we want to develop,” said Prime Minister Ratas.

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