The Liberal reform party (ALDE) won with 25.5% and 2 seats, a positive result after losing out in forming the government coalition.

the Social Democrats surprisingly came 2nd with 23.3% and 2 seats, after a poor showing in the national elections where they were 4th.

The Centre party of Prime Minister Juri Ratas came 3rd with one seat.

The far-right EKRE, who joined the government in March, did badly and won just one seat.

EPP (1 MEPs)

Tunne Kelam (Pro Patria and Res Publica Union) He has been a member of the European…

S&D (1 MEPs)

Marju Lauristin (Social Democratic Party) - Lauristin concluded her work in the European…


Commission Vice President Andrus Ansip will head the list for the Reform party but is…


Indrek Tarand (Independent) - He has been elected for two terms and in both European…

Two intensive days in Switzerland ahead. Discussions with 🇨🇭leaders how we can improve the cooperation between our countries. Opening the new Estonian Honorary Consulate in Zurich. Meeting with the Estonian Cultural Society in Bern. @Riigikogu @MFAestonia

Making practical steps and looking forward to the Finnish government's positive decision this week about the work-related restrictions between 🇪🇪 and 🇫🇮. Gratitude for the discussion of the municipal elections, as well #balticseaday plans to @timokantola , @FinEmbTallinn .

The Council adopted #EU´s #ConnectingEuropeFacility 2.0, worth €33.71 billion. Really great news as thanks to this program, the 🇪🇺 have better transport cross-border connections & energy networks, as well as better digital services & connectivity. #CEF

EU’s flagship programme Connecting Europe Facility 2.0 adopted by the Council

The EU’s Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) will continue to fund key infrastructure projects in the areas of transport, digital and energy.

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