Estonia’s Kallas in first place in parliamentary election


By Andrius Sytas TALLINN (Reuters) -The Reform party of Estonian prime minister Kaja Kallas appeared to secure first place in Sunday’s parliamentary election, a result that should ensure Tallinn remains one of Europe’s most staunchly pro-Kyiv governments. Preliminary results showed the far-right EKRE party in second place, with 15.7% versus 32% for Kallas’ liberal grouping, reflecting mounting

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