The conference, conceived in 2007 as a new forum to discuss global foreign
and security policy issues is intended to carry forward President
Lennart Meri's legacy as a leading European statesman and foreign
policy thinker and to ensure that Estonia continues to be seen as a
country willing and able to play a proper part in the identification of
solutions to Europe's problems.
Tallinn University to host a public lecture by Andrei Piontkovsky on Monday the 30th
University has the pleasure to host a public lecture held by Mr Andrei
Piontkovsky (Senior Researcher of Institute of System Studies, Russian
Academy of Sciences) on Monday March 30, 2009 at 3 pm in Tallinn
Hall (Uus-Sadama Str 5, II floor, room U-218).
With six teams from Australia, Gibraltar, Great Britain, Estonia, North Indies and South Indies involved, the 2009 edition of the international competition took place in Tallinn between last January and March declaring South Indies the new World Champion of one of the most unusual and bizzarre sports ever played.Simply unforgivable.
The discussion is organized by the Polish Embassy and will takle place in its premises in Suur-Karja 1 at 2.15pm.For any further information and for partecipating, please contact the Polish Embassy at +372 6278 206 or poola.info@mail.
Tallinn, Stenbock House, 21 November 2008 – On Wednesday, 26 November, on the occasion of Citizens’ Day, the ministries and the State Chancellery will invite all interested people to learn about their work. Visitors can listen to several lectures, view exhibitions, meet the ministers and chancellors and participate in debates.
The secretaries general discussed co-operation opportunities for the Baltic Sea
nations, EU energy policy, and the Baltic Sea Region Strategy. Another topic of discussion
was the European Neighbourhood Policy. The secretaries general discussed co-operation opportunities for the Baltic Sea
nations, EU energy policy, and the Baltic Sea Region Strategy.