Courtesy of Interfax-Ukraine
September 14, 2015
Estonian President Toomas Hendrik Ilves is worried that Europe has forgotten about the situation in Ukraine due to the European migrant crisis.
When opening the autumn session of the Estonian parliament on Monday, he said that the most important topics in 2014 were Crimea, the MH17 crash and the conflict in Donbas.
According to Ilves, the situation in Ukraine has changed little one year later, but the majority of Europe has forgotten about Ukraine as it is facing a new crisis.
This means Europe faces the threat of an unseen wave of war refugees, he said, adding that this is a new migration period, the likes of which hasn’t been seen for thousands of years.