The President of Estonia, Kersti Kaljulaid, in a solemn speech on the occasion of the country's independence day, spoke ambiguously about relations with Russia. This is reported on the official website of the head of state.
As she said, Estonian relations with Russia are difficult, but nevertheless "neighborly".
"We have different neighbors, there are democratic, and there are not so democratic. Companions in the fate from the past century and those with whom we are now marching in step. We also have one difficult neighbor, but the neighbor is a neighbor. It does not remain without attention even when, for several decades it has been disappointed us," Kaljulaid said.