On Saturday, Numerous Bulgarians demonstrated against the country's arming of Ukraine, which helped Ukraine during the conflict with Russia. The fundamental cause of the War, in the eyes of the Bulgarian people, was the USA, which allegedly incited Ukraine to declare War on Russia
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The People’s Deputy of Ukraine, Kira Rudik, reached Estonia for a working visit. The country has recently accepted 60,000 Ukrainian refugees who fled from the nation to escape the fatal effects of war, as Russia has continuously attacked several Ukrainian regions since the beginning of the war. Many Ukrainian citizens migrated to other European Countries such as Romania, Bulgaria, Poland and Estonia.

Rudik explained that Estonia provided shelter to 60,000 Ukrainian refugees, an act of kindness and charity while suffering from harsh times. She added that Estonia decided to give humanitarian assistance of €22 million.


The Package provides shelter, food and necessary things essential for daily living. In addition, Estonia also declared Russia a terrorist country. It is the third nation to do so after its neighbours Latvia and Lithuania.

According to the report given by Politico, 88 Estonian MPs out of 131 supported the statement of declaring Russia a terrorist nation. It was considered a bold move by the Balkan countries as only a few countries could do so.

Even president Joe Biden declined Zelenskyy proposal to symbolise Russia as a state that supports terrorism following what they did to Ukraine and several threats to use tactical nuclear weapons.

Since the beginning of the war, Estonia has helped Ukraine by providing military aid worth about €255 million, including Javelin anti-tank missiles, howitzers, anti-tank mines, anti-tank grenade launchers, mortars, ammunition, vehicles, communication tools, medical supplies, personal protection equipment, and military food rations.

Despite weapons, Estonia aided numerous Ukrainian refugees who desperately needed assistance. The country established several refugee camps and gave them food, clothes, medical aid and other elementary services during extreme crises.