Estonia sees crucial roles for U.S., NATO despite Trump doubts

b_179_129_16777215_00_images_USA160101aa001.jpegTALLINN, Estonia — Like much of Europe — like much of the world — many Estonians acknowledge being bemused and sometimes confused by President Trump’s first weeks in the White House. But the tiny Baltic country’s top diplomat knows that when you are a stone’s throw from Russia, you cannot afford to argue with the leader of the free world.

In an exclusive interview, Estonian Foreign Minister Sven Mikser said NATO would remain vital during the West’s face-off with Moscow, despite Mr. Trump’s sometimes critical statements about the alliance and his frequent expressions of trying to seek better relations with Russia.

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