10 July 2002 TALLINN, 10 July (BNS)–Emotions, prejudices, and fears are beginning to fade in Estonian-Russian relations, offering hope that relations between the two neighbors will improve, said Tunne Kelam, deputy speaker of Estonia’s parliament. “With time, emotional attitudes, prejudices, and fears have subsided to a significant degree, and the need for normal economic and […]

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