Government Communication Unit, 10 March 2014 15:32 Prime Minister Andrus Ansip informed Riigikogu of his resigning
Stenbock House, 10 March 2014 – Prime Minister Andrus Ansip informed the Riigikogu today of his resigning, as required by the Government of the Republic Act. "I am informing you that I expressed my decision to resign from office of my own choosing at the Government session on 4 March 2014, on the basis of section 9, subsection 3 of the Government of the Republic Act," Ansip said.
"Consequently, I informed the President of the Republic on the same day of the resignation of the Government headed by me, on the basis of section 92, subsection 2 of the Constitution of the Republic of Estonia." Pursuant to the Constitution, the President will relieve the Government from office when a new Government assumes office.
Government Communication Unit, 07 March 2014 14:03 Ansip: EU has decided to take concrete measures to solve the crisis in Crimea
Brussels, March 6, 2014 – Prime Minister Andrus Ansip said today at the extraordinary meeting of EU heads of state and government in Brussels that the European Union has decided to take concrete action to solve the crisis in Ukraine.
Government Communication Unit, 05 March 2014 13:27 Prime Minister Ansip to participate in the extraordinary meeting of the European Council concerning Ukraine
Stenbock House, 5 March 2014 – Prime Minister Andrus Ansip is leaving for Brussels today to participate in the extraordinary meeting of heads of state or government of the EU concerning Ukraine on 6 March.
Government Communication Unit, 04 March 2014 10:33 The Prime Minister announced his resignation – the Government will continue to work until a new Government takes office
Prime Minister Andrus Ansip announced his resignation on his own initiative at today’s extraordinary session of the Government. Consequently, the Government led by Prime Minister Andrus Ansip will also resign; however, it will remain in office until a new Government has been appointed.
Government Communication Unit, 25 February 2014 17:27 The Research and Development Council recommended that the Government should start accession negotiations with the European Space Agency
Tallinn, Stenbock House, 25 February 2014 – the Research and Development Council that gathered today in Stenbock House discussed Estonia’s co-operation with the European Space Agency and recommended that the Government should start accession negotiations with the Agency.
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