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On 23 November the Estonian parliament swore in a new government consisting of the Centre Party, the Social Democratic Party and the conservative IRL.
Prime Minister Taavi Rõivas, the leader of the liberal and pro-Western Reform Party, which had governed Estonia since 2001, lost support of his coalition partners.
In the parliamentary elections which concluded on 23 October, victory went to the centrist Union of Peasants and Greens (LVŽS), which won 54 seats.
Sweden and Finland are increasingly concerned about the defence of their Baltic Sea islands, Gotland and the Åland Islands.
Sweden, Finland and Denmark have seen a revival of the debate on the Nord Stream 2 project in recent months.
Russia wants to place part of the responsibility for the deterioration of air safety in the region on NATO member states.
The Parliament of Lithuania has appealed to the government to take action to halt the construction of the Astravyets nuclear power plant in Belarus.
The influx of migrants to the Russian borders with Norway and Finland could not have happened without the supervision of Russian security services.
Russia’s increasingly aggressive policy and its enhanced activity in the Nordic-Baltic region has led to revaluations in Sweden’s and Finland’s security policies.
The LNG terminal puts Gazprom under pressure as the Russian company remains an important gas supplier for Lithuania.