Estonia president talks to Al Jazeera about Ukraine war

From the start, Russia's invasion of Ukraine has alarmed countries across eastern Europe, with fears they could be dragged into the conflict as well.
Estonia shares a 294km border with Russia.
It's been a full member of NATO and the European Union since 2004.
It's already sent more than $230m worth of military aid to Kyiv. That's 0.8 percent of its gross domestic product, the highest of any country.
But the invasion has shaken the population there.
Estonia has sent aid worth one-third of its own military budget to Ukraine.
Estonian President Alar Karis talks to Al Jazeera from the World Economic Forum in Davos in Switzerland.

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