Ambassador presents the priorities of the Estonian Presidency of the EU Council

An open and innovative European economy, a secure and protected Europe, a digital Europe with free movement of data and an inclusive and sustainable Europe, are the four main priorities of the Estonian EU Council Presidency, as presented Thursday at an event in the EU House in Nicosia by the Ambassador of Estonia to Cyprus based in Athens Margus Rava. As part of the presentation of the priorities of the six-month rotating Presidency, the Estonian Ambassador referred to Estonias key features, both the positive ones, such as eGovernment as well as the negative, while highlighting the position of the country regarding the Cyprus issue.

Source: Cyprus News Agency