During recent talks in Berlin, Estonian Foreign Minister Kristiina Ojuland informed her German counterpart Joschka Fischer on the current state of her country's EU-membership negotiations, RFE/RL reported. She said Estonia wants to see an efficient and equitable EU and supports reforms that would make its institutions more efficient, transparent, and democratic, also noting that the eventual implementation must be taken into account in planning related reforms. The ministers also discussed the w...

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