Ansip noted that Finland is the most important foreign trade partner for Estonia, writes Äripäev Online/LETA.
When speaking about the state of relations between the two countries, Andrus Ansip remarked that they are very good. He added that on the basis of foreign investments, Estonia is also very important for Finland. “In the field of research, we can already speak about 150 joint science projects,” noted the Estonian Prime Minister.
When speaking about the European Union, the two prime ministers discussed the need to move forward with the ratification of the Lisbon Treaty and also about the common energy market of Member States and about energy security.