Estonia’s Prime Minister: ‘We Need to Help Ukraine Win’
Kaja Kallas talks about the threat from Russia, the future of the war, and what should come next for NATO in the Baltics.
Perhaps no European politician (other than Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky) has taken a more uncompromising stance on Russian leader Vladimir Putin’s unprovoked war of aggression against Ukraine than Estonian Prime Minister Kaja Kallas. Her resolute attitude and clear convictions, including that Putin ought to be tried as a war criminal, as well as the unmatched per capita support of the Baltic nation for Ukraine have caused Kallas’s popularity to soar.
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