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Estonia in the European Union


It is in Estonia’s interests to have the European Union economically

competitive and politically weighty in the international arena. The main

directions of the European Union policy of Estonia have been defined in

the strategic frame document HYPERLINK


r_2004_2006_FINAL.pdf" \t "_blank" "The Estonian Government's European

Union Policy for 2004-2006" . Pursuant to that, Estonia strives to

promote the common interests of Europe through five main objectives: the

competitiveness and openness of Europe, effective economic and fiscal

policy, economy and sustainability, closeness to the citizens, safety

and security, worldwide promotion of democracy and well-being.


A new EU policy for the period 2007–2010 is under way.


The Estonian Government also establishes its short-term goals in the

beginning of every EU presidency and reviews them after each presidency.


Ratification of the Treaty establishing a Constitution for Europe


On 9 May 2006 — Europe Day, the Riigikogu (Parliament) ratified the

Treaty establishing a Constitution for Europe. Estonia was the 15th

country to ratify the Treaty. It is a message to Europe that the

European values and political agreements contained in the Treaty are

important for Estonia. We all wish that the European Union were more

efficient and dynamic as well as better understood for its citizens. The

EU needs a strong Treaty in order to address the modern challenges of

the world.


After a setback in the ratification process of the Treaty, the Member

States at the European Council of June 2005 decided to take a year for

thinking over to find out how to proceed with the Treaty. Now the

reflection period is over and it is in the interests of all Member

States to implement the new treaty before the next European Parliament

elections in 2009. The subject continues to be topical in all the

European capitals.


The text of the Treaty is a compromise born with difficulty, reflecting

the European Union’s political reality today. Estonia considers it right

to continue ratification in accordance with internal decisions of the

Member States. It is only this way that we get an integral image of the

situation based on which clear decisions can be made as regards the

future of the Treaty.


Estonia attaches great importance to informing the public of the Treaty

as it is also a good opportunity to raise the people’s knowledge about

the EU in general. The State Chancellery’s EU Information Unit has the

central role in the co-ordination of the informing process. An

information plan has been outlined including different media projects,

information days, the publication of fact sheets and brochures, training

sessions for journalists and for the representatives of rural areas. An

important role will be played by non-governmental organisations.




Estonia finds enlargement one of the EU’s most successful policies. It

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