Estonia: Coalition parties to discuss future direction

Estonia’s three-party ruling coalition will meet on 30 January 2024 to discuss the state of the coalition, according to Foreign Minister Margus Tsahkna, chairman of Estonia 200 (E200), ERR reports. Tsahkna said that E200 would propose ways to revitalise the economy, including measures to reform education, ensure labour and capital availability, and stabilise energy prices for industry. He said that the use of mineral resources and the development of nuclear energy would be discussed separately. Tsahkna expressed optimism that the current coalition could continue for another 3.5 years.