Government Communication Unit, 04 December 2013 14:20 Minister of Culture Urve Tiidus begins work
Tallinn, Riigikogu, 4 December 2013 - Minister of Culture Urve Tiidus assumed office today, taking the oath of office before the Riigikogu.
“In undertaking to perform the duties of a member of the Government of the Republic, I am aware that I shall bear responsibility in this office before the Republic of Estonia and my conscience. I solemnly swear to remain faithful to the constitutional order of the Republic of Estonia and to devote my strength to securing the welfare and future of the people of Estonia”, said Minist...
Government Communication Unit, 02 December 2013 15:36 Minister of Culture Rein Lang submitted resignation to Prime Minister Andrus Ansip
Tallinn, Stenbock House, 2 December 2013 - Minister of Culture Rein Lang today submitted his resignation to Prime Minister Andrus Ansip. Pursuant to the Government of the Republic Act, the Prime Minister will submit the resignation to the President. Prime Minister Andrus Ansip will deliver the Minister of Culture’s resignation to the President on 4 December at 12.00.
Government Communication Unit, 29 November 2013 14:03 Ansip at Eastern Partnership Summit: “Openness and close cooperation are beneficial for the whole of Europe – it makes us strong.”
Vilnius, 29 November 2013 - Prime Minister Ansip stated today at the Eastern Partnership Summit in Vilnius that the Eastern Partnership Policy has proven its effectiveness and the progress made over the last two years has been notable.
Government Communication Unit, 28 November 2013 13:47 Prime Minister Ansip to participate in European Union’s Eastern Partnership Summit in Vilnius
Tallinn, Stenbock House, 28 November 2013 – Prime Minister Andrus Ansip will participate in the 3rd summit between the European Union and Eastern Partnership countries, from 28-29 November, in Vilnius. In addition to the heads of government or state of the European Union, the heads of the six partner countries in the Eastern Partnership – Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Moldova, Ukraine and Belarus – are taking part in the summit.
Government Communication Unit, 26 November 2013 14:31 Heads of Government of Central and Eastern European countries and China confirmed their commitment to strengthen cooperation
Bucharest, 26 November 2013 – Today in Bucharest, Prime Minister Andrus Ansip attended a summit of China and Central and Eastern European countries. Sixteen heads of government of Central and Eastern European countries agreed that there was still room for development and more active cooperation between their region and China.
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