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The President of Estonia Kersti Kaljulaid accused Russia of frivolous attitude towards the undertaken international obligations. The statement she made in an interview with the newspaper Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung.
According to Kaljulaid, Russia is an unpredictable country, and the opinion of the President of Estonia corresponds to the “overall evaluation of all NATO member States”.
As an example of such a “frivolous attitude” Celluloid brought the crises in Georgia and Ukraine. According to the President of Estonia, Russia invaded these countries.
Kiev says Moscow is responsible for the conflict in the South-East of the country. Russia officially recognized Ukraine as an aggressor, and the authorities of the breakaway republics of Donbass are a puppet occupation government. Russia has repeatedly denied such accusations.
The armed conflict in South Ossetia began on the night of 8 August 2008, the Georgian army shelling of Tskhinvali and attempted to establish control over the Republic. At the moment in the conflict zone there were 500 Russian peacekeepers. By day, Dmitry Medvedev, held the post of President of Russia, announced the start of operations in the Republic, after which the region was introduced by the Russian troops. Later, Russia recognized the independence of Abkhazia and South Ossetia, which declared secession from Georgia.
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