Estonian Official Calls NATO, U.S. Vital to Defense

Mariin Ratnik
Director, Security Policy and Transatlantic Relations, Estonia`s Ministry of Foreign Affairs

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The Author is Mariin Ratnik

Mariin Ratnik is Director for Security Policy and Transatlantic Relations in the Political Department of Estonia's Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Prior to that, she was Estonia's Ambassador to the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE); and prior to that, she was the Estonian Ambassador to Belgium and Luxembourg. Ratnik joined the Estonian Foreign Ministry in 2000 and has held several other high-level positions in the Ministry.

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