Sir Malcolm Bruce: Estonia is clearly a Nordic country
Eestlased Inglismaal 05 Nov 2012  EWR
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By Chris Glew in Life ·

Interview with Sir Malcolm Bruce, British Liberal Democrat member of parliament (MP) for Gordon (Scotland), Vice-Chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Estonia, and Chair of the Select Committee on International Development.

“Do you speak any Estonian?” is the first thing Sir Malcolm Bruce MP asks me, and I reply with a timid “natuke, ma saan hakkama. Do you?” Thankfully he doesn’t, but he tells me that his nephew does (“He picks up foreign languages far quicker than I do!”). It is from his nephew, James, that Sir Malcolm’s involvement in Estonia stems. James has always had a keen interest in heraldry and flags and one day noticed a flag he didn’t recognise, hanging outside a building in London. He discovered it was the office of the Estonian government in exile in London and ended up doing voluntary work for them, eventually taking a degree in international relations specialising in Eastern Europe. His “lobbying” over the years has turned his uncle into something of a fan.

The term “Eastern Europe” is dead

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