Estonian Parliament to Discuss Ukraine in Special Session ({{commentsTotal}})

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The head of the Parliament's Foreign Affairs Committee has asked parliamentary factions to convene on Wednesday to discuss the situation in Ukraine with the aim of publishing a statement.

The committee's chairman, Marko Mihkelson, told ETV on Monday that Parliament has a session-free week this week, but the weekend's events in Ukraine merit a parliamentary debate.

The Committee will submit a motion to support Ukrainian independence and territorial integrity, which is expected to be voted on later on Wednesday.



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