Estonian Prime-minister satisfied with prospects for Estonia's entry into NATO

The Estonian Prime Minister Mart Laar sees progress achieved by his country in preparations for entry into NATO, as compared to the previous year.

Mart Laar informed journalists of this in Brussels Friday, following the Estonian delegation's meeting with the NATO Council. The meeting was devoted to Estonia's implementation of the plan of preparations for the country's entry into the North Atlantic Alliance. As the prime minister said, there were more questions this time to which Estonia "could not give an answer before." In his words, NATO highly appraised Estonia's work under the said plan. The NATO Council's members praised the Estonian side's "real actions" to implement the plan.