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Kersti Kaljulaid, President of Estonia: "There is no democracy in Russia", RFI

Kersti Kaljulaid, President of Estonia: © Mattias Tammet/Office of the President of Estonia


Estonia is the northernmost, the smallest and least populated of the Baltic States. The great Russian neighbor who dominated the country for two centuries and which during the Soviet Union occupied it for fifty years, remains very much in the minds of Estonians, especially since almost 30% of the population is Russian-speaking. But since then, Estonia has joined NATO and the European Union, and Tallinn has become the capital of a leading digital start-up nation in Europe.

Full radio interview in french can be heard here.