Deputy Head of the Office of the President of Ukraine Roman Mashovets held a meeting with the delegation of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Estonia led by Director General of the Foreign Ministry's Department for Eastern Europe and Central Asia Marge Mardisalu-Kahar and Ambassador of Estonia to Ukraine Kaimo Kuusk.
The Estonian side was informed about the resistance to Russian aggression, in particular about air threats from the Russian Federation, the purpose and consequences of Russian missile terrorism, the ability of the Armed Forces of Ukraine to protect the Ukrainian skies and the needs for its development, as well as possible threats from Belarus, where the Russian-Belarusian "regional grouping of troops" is being formed.
Roman Mashovets expressed gratitude to Estonia for the security, material and technical assistance provided to Ukraine, which is one of the largest given the capabilities of Tallinn. The needs of air defense of Ukraine, which this country can satisfy, were conveyed to the Estonian side.
For her part, Marge Mardisalu-Kahar informed that last week the Estonian government approved the decision to allocate the next, eighth package of security aid to Ukraine, the delivery of which has already begun.
The representative of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Estonia assured of further comprehensive support for our country at the bilateral and international levels, primarily within the European Union and NATO.
"You are fighting for something bigger - for our shared democratic values," Marge Mardisalu-Kahar emphasized.
She also informed of the decision approved today by the Estonian Parliament to designate Russia as a state sponsor of terrorism.
The interlocutors discussed joint actions on issues of international support for Ukraine, as well as further isolation of Russia as an aggressor and international terrorist.