At today’s meeting of the European Union Affairs Committee and the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Slovenia Samuel Žbogar, development of the foreign service of the European Union, the results of the Copenhagen Climate Change Conference and developments in Ukraine, Byelorussia and Georgia were discussed. The discussion also touched on issues important for Estonia, such as possible adoption of the euro in 2011 and establishing of the IT agency.
Chairman of the EU Affairs Committee Marko Mihkelson gave an overview of Estonia’s positions in the relationships with Byelorussia, Ukraine and Georgia. The near perspectives of the relations of Russia and the European Union were also discussed. Mihkelson confirmed that the European Union should not forget the problems of Georgia when new issues emerge in foreign relations, and it should continue to offer the help necessary for reforms in Ukraine.
When speaking about establishing of the European Union IT agency, Samuel Žbogar confirmed his support to it being established in Tallinn.
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