Safety is not just armored vehicles, uniforms and boots; today’s atmosphere is not only affected by safety Tanks and airplanes, but also cyberspace, power outages, hunger and lack of water. The construction of a system to counter such risks requires the contribution of each of us, the cooperation of the whole society,- said the prime minister.
Ratas described the security situation in Estonia, security policy objectives, challenges and risks.
The security of Estonia is influenced by the viability of the transatlantic security system, relations between the countries of the region closest to us and the increased military activity and aggressiveness of Russia directly affecting them.- declared the prime minister.
Earlier, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said that the alliance does not see a direct threat from the Russian Federation to its eastern flank.
Moscow has repeatedly stressed that Russia will never attack any NATO country. According to Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, NATO is well aware of the absence of Moscow’s plans to attack anyone, but simply uses the occasion to deploy more equipment and battalions near the Russian borders.