The parliamentary opposition Conservative people’s party of Estonia (EKRE) has again prepared a bill that involves not only the refusal to ratify the border Treaty with Russia, but also the withdrawal of the signature of Estonia under this agreement.
This publication reports ERR.
In October last year, the Parliament rejected this initiative EKRE. The reason for the resumption of the initiative were the recent events in the Kerch Strait, said the member of Parliament from EKRE Jaak Madisson.
“Estonia shall not conclude international agreements with the country, which is deepening military conflict with Ukraine, and does not adhere to international treaties,” said Madisson.
The border treaties were signed in 2014. Then the parties agreed that the agreement will be ratified by the parliaments of both countries in parallel.
The Riigikogu first reading of the draft law on the ratification of border agreements was held on 25 November 2015.