The new Estonian government, which will be formed by the right-liberal Reform Party and the Center Party, will build the infrastructure of the border with Russia. This was announced by the leader of the Reform Party, Kaja Kallas writes TASS.
“The big issue is the eastern border, and we will continue to build it,” Kallas said.
She added that the government plans to involve the defense industry in the construction.
Center Party Vice Chairwoman Mailis Reps clarified that the project requires a lot of resources.
On January 13, the leader of the Centrist Party, Juri Ratas, resigned as prime minister because of a corruption scandal. After that, a new cabinet had to be formed.