Swiss electrical engineering company group ABB plans to move 500 financial staff jobs to Tallinn, Estonian real estate firm Mainor Ülemiste has said.
The local government of Paide town in Estonia has expressed support to a police proposal to enforce a town-wide 4 a.m. limit on the closing times for its entertainment-related establishments to four o’clock in the morning.
Six NATO countries have pledged to send a company-strong unit each to Estonia’s annual military exercises to take place in late spring.
The proportion of secondary and tertiary graduates is high in Estonia, but the country’s education sector should push for more vocational skills and continued consolidation of the school network, the OECD found in a report published on April 6.
The planned increase of NATO troop presence in the Baltic region would be too small to defend the Baltic states in the event of Russia’s aggression, says head of Estonian foreign intelligence service.
Estonian MEP Yana Toom has been at the Zaventem Brussels airport early on March 22, when two deadly blasts occurred in the building. The politician recounted the events to the Estonian public broadcaster.
Estonian law enforcement bodies have estimated that in the first two months of 2016, four percent less crimes have been committed as compared to the respective period last year.
Estonia has announced specific plans to equip its eastern border with a technologically advanced surveillance system and a 90-kilometre-long fence.
In Estonia, two Harju and Rapla county village associations together with 16 private individuals this week disputed before Tallinn’s Administrative Court the county governors’ decision on the route of the Rail Baltica project.
This week, a laboratory of the internet of things has been unveiled at Estonia’s Tartu University. It is equipped as a smart home and smart office that can be controlled over the internet.
Estonian government should consider providing free condoms, as the number of new HIV cases via sexual transmission is on a rise among young people in the country, suggests the Estonian Sexual Health Association.
Estonia has received from Greece and Italy documents on 21 possible refugees suggested for relocation to the Baltic country, which have been deemed insufficient for deciding, whether or not they should relocated to Estonia.
Soon after the Latvian LTV1, Estonian state television ETV also broadcast the British hypothetic documentary Third World War: Inside the War Room about Russia attacking the Baltics. The reaction in Estonia has been reserved and calm.