Zelensky plans to visit Tallinn at Estonian President invitation.

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President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky is planning to visit Estonia with a working visit in October. He stated that after the meeting with Estonian President Kersti Kaljulaid in Kyiv as the Presidential press office reports.

Particularly, Zelensky thanked Kaljulaid for the invitation expressed confidence that Ukraine will be able to get "a very important experience from Estonia" during this visit.

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"I am sure that during the visit, among other things, we can get from Estonia a very important experience fro Ukraine," the President emphasized.

Volodymyr Zelensky also noted a good momentum of the political dialogue between Ukraine and Estonia. According to him, it is the second meeting with the Estonian president. The first one happened in May 2019.

Earlier, Estonian Interior Ministry has been looking into opportunities to cancel the visa-free regime with Ukraine on the unilateral basis.

The official stated that his country was "under migration pressure from the East".

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