Estonia and Poland think that international punishment against Russia must be stepped up, said Estonian Prime Minister Taavi R?ivas at the meeting on Sunday of Polish President Andrzej Duda in Tallinn, said the press service of the Cabinet of Ministers.
"Estonia and Poland are close in the sense of security. For example, it is expressed relatively to the conflict in Ukraine. We must continue to support Ukraine and to remember that the situation there is stabilized. We believe that we should continue the punishment against Russia until, until will not be restored territorial integrity and independence of the country "— leads RIA "Novosti" message R?ivas. Estonian Prime Minister also clarified the importance of the active role of Poland in the sphere of security." The upcoming NATO summit in the Polish capital may be historically significant for our region ", — said the Mayor. Visit to Estonia Andrzej Duda launches a campaign to convince the allies of the need to strengthen the Eastern borders of the Commonwealth. The future plans of the President's visit to Berlin, London and new York. Remember, relations between Russia and the U.S. have deteriorated due to the situation in Ukraine. At the end of July Washington once again has tightened the punishment against Russia.