Estonia's e-residents have set up more than 1,000 companies
In the first two year's of the e-residency project, which provides foreigners with the opportunity to set up companies in Estonia and use other e-state services, Estonia has already 15,000 e-residents who have created more than 1,000 enterprises in Estonia.
Fallon: UK to send tanks to Estonia
The force that the U.K. will deploy in Estonia as part of NATO deterrence measures in the spring would likely include tactical drones, Challenger 2 main battle tanks and Warrior armored infantry fighting vehicles, alongside 800 troops, British defense secretary Michael Fallon has said.
Defmin says NATO should place heavy armored unit in Estonia
Based on the decisions of the Warsaw summit, NATO should send a heavy armored unit to Estonia, Defense Minister Hannes Hanso said in the Riigikogu ahead of a meeting with members of the national defense committee on Monday.
Estonian president offers condolences over British MPs murder
Estonian President Toomas Hendrik Ilves on Friday offered condolences to the family of British MP Jo Cox who was killed after being shot and stabbed on Thursday.
UK to take over Baltic air policing mission at Amari next week
The Royal Air Force will provide fighter jets and personnel to the rotation of the NATO Baltic air policing mission to be performed out of the Amari air base in Estonia from May to August.
UK appoints new ambassador to Estonia
The United Kingdom has appointed a new ambassador to Estonia who will assume office in August.
UK to send five ships to Baltic
The UK is to send five extra ships to the Baltic Sea as part of a NATO buildup against Russia, The Guardian said.
1st same sex consular marriage in UK embassy in Nordic-Baltic region conducted in Tallinn
On Aug. 14, the first same sex consular marriage in a British embassy in the Nordic-Baltic Region was conducted in Tallinn by the British consul, Kathryn Lindsay.
Estonian embassy in London moves to new location
The Estonian embassy in London moved to a new, freshly renovated building and as of Monday the embassy is welcoming visitors at 44 Queen's Gate Terrace.
UK fighter jets to arrive at Estonia's Amari air base in May
Defense Secretary of the U.K. Michael Fallon announced that from May to August four British Eurofighter Typhoon fighter jets will guard the airspace of the Baltic countries from the Amari air base in northwestern Estonia.
Estonian fugitive Galojan appeals extradition ruling in UK top court
Anna-Maria Galojan, a former Estonian NGO leader sentenced to jail for embezzlement, appealed the decision made by a British court in November to extradite her to Estonia.
Europe debates limits to free movement of workers
Free movement of workers within the European Union is a pillar of the single market, the shaking of which ought to not even be mentioned. Even so, the debate is on over possible limits to it, as most actively urged by the government of Great Britain.
12.12.2013, Argo IdeonPM
Editorial: mist over English Channel. Again
These past months, debate over free movement of workers has been heated up by British government. Not only will this give Britain a «nasty country image» (as alleged by EU labour and social affairs commissioner Laszlo Andor) but may cool the already lukewarm relations with the rest of the European Union. Free movement of workers being a pillar of the single market, shaking this is not something the union may take lightly.