prepare for power outages

The Prime Minister issued an appeal to reassure citizens and advised them to prepare for power outages.

“Recent days have brought such news from the security sector that have caused alarm in people. And I am convinced that in tense times it is better to talk about such topics directly,” Estonian Prime Minister Kaja Kallas said in an address late on the evening of 22 September.

Here’s the main thing:

– Putin threatens with nuclear weapons and announced mobilization. There is currently no direct military threat to Estonia.

– Today, the government decided to call on reservists and members of the Defense League to participate in the mobilization exercise “Ship 2022”. We have conducted such exercises before and will continue to organize them in the future. In the event of a crisis, we will know exactly what to do. We are training so that we will never need all this.

– I thank all the families in which the mother, father, brother, sister, son or daughter in the coming days will contribute to strengthening our defense capability. And I I thank all employers for their understanding of this need.

Russia is trying to split democratic societies. The best defense is not to be influenced.

– We must be prepared for the fact that Russia can disconnect Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania from its energy system. Although Estonia has long been preparing for desynchronization with the Russian electricity system, nevertheless temporary power outages are possible.

It is wise for all of us to prepare for possible power outages – government agencies, businesses, as well as each of us individually.

I encourage you to consider how you will deal with power outages. Instructions for this can be found here.

– The decision to close the border for Russian tourists “was correct and timely. Estonia is a home for us, not for citizens of an aggressor country fleeing from personal inconvenience».

– For those who intend to go to war with Ukraine, “I want to say very specifically – do not do this, because there will be no turning back.

The Fed did not disappoint, but something went wrong

After the Fed’s decision to raise the rate by 75 percentage points, the markets were in confusion for an hour, but by the close of the session everything became clear.

After the Fed’s decision to raise the rate by 75 percentage points, the markets were in confusion for an hour, but by the close of the session everything became clear.

Euro falls to 20-year low

On Thursday, the dollar reached a two-year high and Asian stocks fell to a two-year low after the Fed sharply raised US interest rates and forecasts further and faster increases, writes Äripäev.

On Thursday, the dollar reached a two-year high and Asian stocks fell to a two-year low after the Fed sharply raised US interest rates and forecasts further and faster increases, writes Äripäev.

Liebman: politicians’ crackdown on holders of ‘wrong’ passports continues

The attack of politicians on the holders of the “wrong” passports continues, changing the direction of the blow – from citizens of the Russian Federation living in Russia, to citizens of the Russian Federation living in Estonia, writes the political observer of the Far East Elkond Libman.

The attack of politicians on the holders of the “wrong” passports continues, changing the direction of the blow – from citizens of the Russian Federation living in Russia, to citizens of the Russian Federation living in Estonia, writes the political observer of the Far East Elkond Libman.

Liebman: politicians’ crackdown on holders of ‘wrong’ passports continues

The attack of politicians on the holders of the “wrong” passports continues, changing the direction of the blow – from citizens of the Russian Federation living in Russia, to citizens of the Russian Federation living in Estonia, writes the political observer of the Far East Elkond Libman.

The attack of politicians on the holders of the “wrong” passports continues, changing the direction of the blow – from citizens of the Russian Federation living in Russia, to citizens of the Russian Federation living in Estonia, writes the political observer of the Far East Elkond Libman.

“The country would not have coped so well without the help of volunteers,” volunteer of the “Friends of Ukraine in Estonia” about helping refugees

Kyrylo Badikin, administrator of the Friends of Ukraine in Estonia group, has been helping war refugees settle down in their new place since early March. He spoke about his volunteer path, the problems and achievements of the volunteer community.

Kyrylo Badikin, administrator of the Friends of Ukraine in Estonia group, has been helping war refugees settle down in their new place since early March. He spoke about his volunteer path, the problems and achievements of the volunteer community.

“The country would not have coped so well without the help of volunteers,” volunteer of the “Friends of Ukraine in Estonia” about helping refugees

Kyrylo Badikin, administrator of the Friends of Ukraine in Estonia group, has been helping war refugees settle down in their new place since early March. He spoke about his volunteer path, the problems and achievements of the volunteer community.

Kyrylo Badikin, administrator of the Friends of Ukraine in Estonia group, has been helping war refugees settle down in their new place since early March. He spoke about his volunteer path, the problems and achievements of the volunteer community.

“It’s easy for Estonian graduates to ‘sell’ themselves” – what teenagers praise for and why they scold Tallinn schools

The Estonian system of secondary education is considered to be one of the most progressive in Europe. But what do schoolchildren and gymnasium students themselves think about it? Far East correspondents collected teenagers’ opinions about the education system and their ideas for improving it.

The Estonian system of secondary education is considered to be one of the most progressive in Europe. But what do schoolchildren and gymnasium students themselves think about it? Far East correspondents collected teenagers’ opinions about the education system and their ideas for improving it.

“The country would not have coped so well without the help of volunteers,” volunteer of the “Friends of Ukraine in Estonia” about helping refugees

Kyrylo Badikin, administrator of the Friends of Ukraine in Estonia group, has been helping war refugees settle down in their new place since early March. He spoke about his volunteer path, the problems and achievements of the volunteer community.

Kyrylo Badikin, administrator of the Friends of Ukraine in Estonia group, has been helping war refugees settle down in their new place since early March. He spoke about his volunteer path, the problems and achievements of the volunteer community.


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