Estonia promises to keep the question of the occupation of Ukraine's Crimea by Russia alive. It will be brought up during the next session of the UN Security Council. The country's permanent ambassador in the UN Sven Jürgenson said so as quoted by Ukrinform news agency.
"The issue of occupation of Ukraine, and specifically Crimea is the most important, and we'll try to keep it on the agenda all the time. It's the most painful issue", the official said.
According to him, among the issues that the UN Security Council would also keep on the agenda, will be the situation in Transnistria and Georgia.
Estonia currently represents Eastern Europe in the UN Security Council. Previously, Ukraine did so in 2016-2017.