Kersti Kaljulaid, the president of Estonia will arrive in eastern Ukraine with a visit soon. She said this herself at a briefing with her Ukrainian counterpart Petro Poroshenko.
'Of course, I'll visit eastern regions of Ukraine to make sure that the conflict is still hot, it is not a frozen conflict. This is the conflict that daily affects the lives of people, the one that threatens entire Europe', the politician stressed.
She added that a group of Estonian investors accompany her, expecting to see the opportunities and prospects of activity in Ukraine.
Ukraine's leader Petro Poroshenko tweeted that his Estonian colleague would become the first head of a foreign state to visit the combat area in Donbas.
The presidents of Ukraine and Estonia met in Kyiv on Tuesday; the sides discussed the construction of Nord Stream II gas pipline, the current situation in Donbas and issues of bilateral cooperation.