Urmas Reinsalu, the Minister of Estonia's Foreign Affairs, will arrive in Kyiv with a working visit on November 4. The press office of the Ukrainian MFA reported that.
In Kyiv, Reinsalu will meet with Ukrainian Foreign Minister Vadym Prystaiko.
The Heads of foreign policy departments are going to discuss the relevant issues of the bilateral collaboration: attraction of Estonian experience in digitilizing of public administration, Tallin's support of the foreign policy priorities of Ukraine as well as the cooperation within the international organizations.
As it was reported earlier, Urmas Reinsalu stated the position of his country on elections in the annexed Crimea. He published the statement on Twitter.
"Estonia does not recognise today’s elections held in Crimea and Sevastopol, illegally annexed by Russia. I reaffirm our strong support for Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity," Reinsalu wrote.
Also, Estonia would not recognize passports of the Russian Federation, issued to the residents of occupied Donbas and Luhansk regions in Ukraine under a simplified procedure since April 24.