10 May 2024

‘If Russia wins in Ukraine everybody is in danger’, says Estonian Prime Minister

With the flow of American weaponry restricted in Israel, US military aid is now arriving in Ukraine, where a chronic lack of ammunition has put Russia on the front foot.

The Ukrainians were today rushing to shore up the northeast Kharkiv region after Russia launched a major ground assault there. It followed a night of intense bombardment.

With the Kremlin looking increasingly bullish, alarm bells are now sounding across Europe.

One of the people sounding them is the Estonian Prime Minister Kaja Kallas. Her country of 1.4 million people is a Nato member which shares a border with Russia, meaning it’s now a cornerstone of Europe’s defence strategy.

In an exclusive interview we spoke to Kaja Kallas and asked her whether it looks like Russia is winning.