Estonia won't seek from Russia compensation for Soviet occupation

Estonia has no plans to seek compensation from Russia for "Soviet occupation," Estonian Foreign Minister Marina Kaljurand told Interfax

Estonia has no plans to seek compensation from Russia for "Soviet occupation," Estonian Foreign Minister Marina Kaljurand told Interfax, commenting on the memorandum of cooperation on seeking compensation for "Soviet occupation" from Russia as a successor of the USSR, which has been signed by the justice ministers of Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia.

"We are talking about a political agreement between the justice ministers, which the government of Estonia has not discussed yet. The Foreign Ministry and the government of Estonia do not plan to take any real practical steps on this statement.

The interview with Kaljurand will be published on the website www.interfax.ru on December 6.

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