Arvo Aller is the Minister of Rural Affairs of the Republic of Estonia since 10 December 2019. He is a member of the Conservative People’s Party of Estonia.
Arvo Aller was born in Kohtla-Järve on 28 July 1973. He is married and a father of two. Aller joined the People´s Union of Estonia in 2002 (since 2012 Conservative People’s Party of Estonia).
- In 2018–2019, he was a member of the Jõhvi rural municipality council.
- In 1999–2019, he was the director of Ida-Viru County Farmers’ Union; since 1997, he was an agricultural adviser at the union.
- In 1996, he was an underground electrical repair mechanic at AS Eesti Põlevkivi and a tractor driver at OÜ Revino.
Arvo Aller graduated from the Estonian Agricultural University in agronomy and in 2013 from the Tallinn University of Technology in occupational hygiene. He speaks Estonian, English, Russian, and German.
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.
10. December 2019, Tallinn