Estonian people, the state and the private sector have given Ukraine 10 million euros in humanitarian aid.
The Russian war in Ukraine has caused huge human trafficking and in a deepening humanitarian disaster it is more important than ever that the necessary help would reach the Ukrainian people. The Ukrainian Humanitarian Staff of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs is also working for this, which brings together the offers of public institutions and private sector assistance in the currently three most important municipalities: food assistance, healthcare and a temporary headache. Read more on: What the Estonian government is doing for Ukrainian people
  • Estonian President's Statement
  • Statement by the Council of Estonian Societies in Australia (AESL)
  • Estonian World Council Statement
  • Speech by Prime Minister Kaja Kallas for the 104th anniversary of the Republic of Estonia
  • How the Baltic States are Supporting Ukraine
  • Australian Embassy Ukraine
  • Estonian World Blog
  • Other ways to help and support Ukraine

  • From the Estonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs...
    It is extremely important that in this era, full of false information, we follow reliable sources.
    The following is a list of information sources that reflect the aggression of the Russian Federation in Ukraine.