Estonia will continue to provide the next tranches of military equipment and military assistance to Ukraine and will support our state in every possible way on the way to full membership in NATO.
Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Estonia Urmas Reinsalu stated this at a joint briefing with Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba in Kyiv, an Ukrinform correspondent reports.
“I am proud to announce that we will continue to provide the next tranches of military equipment and military assistance to the Ukrainian military,” he said.
Reinsalu also noted the need to increase pressure on the aggressor, which will mean the need to increase sanctions, ensure stronger isolation of the Russian Federation as an aggressor country that carries out genocide against the Ukrainian people and systematically attempts to destroy Ukrainian statehood.
“We will also support Ukraine in every possible way on the way to full membership in NATO. Your state, your soldiers have proved that they are the most courageous, brave, that they are able to use weapons in the struggle for freedom,” added the head of Estonian diplomacy.
The minister also announced that Estonia, as a country, is very interested in cooperating with Ukraine on the issue of the legal liability of those who took part in the organization of the aggression.
As reported, on August 2, the new Minister of Foreign Affairs of Estonia, Urmas Reinsalu, began his first foreign visit to Ukraine. He visited the Zhytomyr region – Estonia will help to restore it after the war.