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Ministry of Foreign Affairs Estonia

http://www.capa-international.de/en/

Overview

  • Organization TypeGovernment
  • HeadquartersEstonia
Estonia's Foreign Policy Objectives 1. Ensuring national security and the indivisibility of security; stability and predictability of international relations Predictability of international relations and a stable security space Enlarging of the security space, development of partnerships Strong and capable NATO Strong European Union, encompassing an efficient Common Foreign and Security Policy (CFSP) as well as a European Security and Defence Policy (ESDP) Regional stability and cooperation; extensive bilateral cooperation Strong alliance with the U.S. Prevention of international crises as well as crisis management and participation in crisis solving operations Countering of new threats (terrorism, proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, threats from cyberspace, etc.) 2. Ensuring premises for the functioning of Estonian economy; liberal economic relations and a liberal economic space A Functioning EU internal market Reliability of Estonia’s economy An effective international system for the protection of investments An environment conducive to developing international trade and economic relations 3. Protection of Estonians abroad and in the context of foreign relations Consular protection in countries of residence Promotion of the rights of Estonian citizens abroad (the right to travel, work, stay, etc.) The accessibility of information on consular issues and foreign relations Coping with cross-border problems 4. Estonia’s influence and good reputation Initiative in international organisations Reputation of an innovative state A state that shares its expertise and participates in discussions dealing with global matters Estonia’s good reputation Taking international responsibility and commitment 5. A space of values promoting democracy, human rights, the principles of the rule of law, as well as economic freedom and development Promotion of the norms of international law that seek to further the principles of democracy and the rule of law Promotion of the norms of international law that safeguard human rights Upholding of the freedom of the press Promotion of the development and enlargement of the space of values, as well as of economic freedom and free trade Development cooperation, with partners acknowledging and appreciating common values, for the promotion of foreign policy objectives Provision of humanitarian aid Participation in peacekeeping operations and civilian reconstruction

Careers

Staff at Ministry of Foreign Affairs Estonia have experience in

Sectors

  • refugees
  • public administration
  • institutional development personnel
  • anti-poverty / social justice
  • tertiary education

Countries

  • estonia
  • denmark

Skills

  • managerial experience
  • business development
  • with experience in conflict areas

Contact Ministry of Foreign Affairs Estonia

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Company Offices
  • Estonia (headquarters)
  • Tallinn
  • Stenbocki maja, Rahukohtu 3 (5,577.57 mi)