The debate at the informal meeting of NATO Foreign Ministers in Tallinn was mainly focused on the new “strategic concept”. The organisation, created 61 years ago, is facing the biggest ever post-Cold War crisis.
“As the economic situation is as it is, we have invested our efforts into associations and surprising projects,” says Jaanus Rohumaa. Residents, artists and societies came up with ideas for the programme of the capital of culture. The underlying idea of the programme is ‘Stories of the Seashore’.
Estonia is a land of remarkable contrasts, a relatively small nation just below Scandinavia which has successfully made the transformation from a former Soviet bloc country to a modern, forward-thinking 21st century state.