Estonia President: EU's careful position on Ukraine will bring conflict to its borders

19 february 2015 | 17:00

Toomas Hendrik Ilves believes the EU should deliver defensive equipment for Ukraine.

Estonian President believes Ukraine should be militarily equipped
 Estonian President thinks EU's careful position on the Donbas crisis is a mistake.

According to him, Europe is afraid to see the truth and stubbornly refuses to admit the failure of Minsk-2 agreements.

"Europe now takes a careful position on Ukrainian crisis. No one wants commentators arguing that this will not work to be right," – announced the Estonian President Toomas Hendrik Ilves in an interview to Postimees, reports "Europeyska Pravda."

According to the Estonian President, it is not yet clear whether the West has plan "B" in case Minsk agreement is declared a failure.

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"But if it (ceasefire plan. - Ed.) will not work and military operations continue, then at some point we in the EU and NATO will have to face the truth: we will do something or simply wait until it all comes to our borders,"- announced the leader of Estonia.

"My personal opinion is that it is necessary to primarily equip Ukraine with defensive equipment, such as radars and drones," – concluded President Ilves.

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Earlier, the Estonian President has repeatedly spoken about providing weapons for Ukraine, "otherwise it will lose."

Source: European Truth

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