Estonia calls on EU to respond to Russia's 'anti-Ukrainian actions'

Estonian Foreign Minister Urmas Reinsalu takes part in a meeting of the EU Council on Foreign Affairs in Brussels May 13, ERR news agency reports.

As noted, he plans to call on European colleagues to respond to the "anti-Ukrainian actions" of Russia.

According to Reinsalu, the recent decision of Moscow to grant passports to residents of self-proclaimed Donetsk and Luhansk People’s using a simplified procedure is another "destabilizing" step.

He added that he intends to raise this issue at the meeting. According to him, Moscow is not interested in taking steps to implement the Minsk agreements.

"The EU must be ready to confront it decisively," Reinsalu stressed.

Earlier, it was reported that Estonia will ask to impose new sanctions against Russia.

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