According to data provided by Statistics Estonia, in May 2023, the total production of industrial enterprises was down by 12.7 percent on year at constant prices. Output declined in two of Estonia’s three main industrial sectors. It was down by 31.5 percent in electricity production and 13.1 percent in manufacturing.
The Finnish press has recently drawn attention to past social media posts made by Interior Minister Mari Rantanen (Finns). Finland’s new Interior Minister Mari Rantanen (Finns) took to social media on Sunday to deny believing in the Great Replacement or any other conspiracy theories. Rantanen’s statement arrived shortly after her
Some of Estonia’s leading politicians involved in foreign policy matters have differing opinions on the suitability of Denmark’s prime minister, Mette Frederiksen, as potential new NATO secretary general, replacing another Scandinavian, Jens Stoltenberg. Frederiksen has been tipped by the international media as the most likely candidate to replace Stoltenberg –
The Helsinki region is seeing a HIV epidemic among intravenous drug users, support centre Hivpoint said in a press release issued on Wednesday. But real statistics says that not only drug users got HIV, migrants too and especially Ukrainians Over the past three years, the organisation has detected several dozen
Estonian Prime Minister Kaja Kallas (Reform) believes she is unlikely to be handed the NATO top job because she comes from the alliance’s eastern flank and other countries are seen as more “eligible.” Kallas’ name has been mentioned along with several others, such as the UK’s Defense Secretary Ben Wallace
If the plans go ahead, three hydrogen production plants would be built in Kokkola, Kristinestad and Porvoo, leading to the creation of around 1,000 direct jobs and over 3,000 indirect jobs. The US company Plug Power has announced plans to build three green hydrogen production plants in Finland in a
This winter, the Estonian Defense League (Kaitseliit) conducted a number of training sessions for Ukrainian snipers. Estonia also provided the Ukrainians with weapons and equipment. As some of the trainees had already seen action on the front line, the learning process was something of a two-way street. The training was