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Estonia

Introduction

France and Estonia have enjoyed close relations since Estonia’s first declaration of independence in 1918. Diplomatic relations between the two countries were established when Estonia joined the League of Nations in 1921, and bilateral relations flourished up to the Second World War. On Estonia’s second declaration of independence in 1991, diplomatic relations were immediately re-established. The creation of the Estonian Institute in Paris in 2001, Estonia’s accession to the European Union in 2004 and its adoption of the euro in 2011 marked further cultural, political and economic milestones that have brought the two countries significantly closer.

Updated on 14.12.12

LATEST NEWS

  • Africa – Terrorism – Meeting of the African Union (02.09.14)

    France welcomes the meeting on September 2 in Nairobi that the African Union Peace and Security Council devoted to the fight against terrorism and violent extremism in Africa, under the chairmanship of Idriss Déby, President of the Republic of Chad, in which it participated.

  • Golan Heights – Kidnapping of blue helmets (29.08.14)

    France condemns the detention by armed groups of 43 Fijian blue helmets deployed within the framework of the United Nations Disengagement Observer Force on the Golan Heights (UNDOF), as well as the surrounding of Filipino blue helmets.

  • Summit of the Association of Caribbean States (28-30.04.14)

    The 6th Summit of the Association of Caribbean States took place from April 28 to 30 in Mérida, Mexico. It marked the 20th anniversary of this regional organization of which France has been an associate member since it was established in 1994.

  • Presidency of the African Union in 2014 (30.01.14)

    France warmly congratulates Mauritanian President, Mohamed Ould Abdel Aziz, on his election as chairman of the African Union in 2014. It expresses its full trust in the new chairman and wishes him every success in carrying out his mandate.

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