Yana Toom

Member of the European Parliament

“The Brussels Diary With Yana Toom”: EU and American Elections

The US presidential election is coming closer every day and, from America’s perspective, this is the most important event on the planet. Let’s be hone...

Yana Toom Is the Most Influential Estonian MEP

According to the study conducted by the independent NGO VoteWatch Europe, Yana Toom is the most influential of all the Estonian Members of European Pa...

“The Brussels Diary With Yana Toom”: Nagorno-Karabakh and Erdoğan

Sadly, there is a joke going round online that the mainstream media currently has two news items: ‘coronavirus’ and ‘this is the last thing we needed ...

"The Brussels Diary With Yana Toom": Migration Problem and Solution

Winter is coming, COVID-19 is growing stronger and the international situation is such that one does not know where to run. We have almost forgotten a...

“The Brussels Diary with Yana Toom”: Hate Speech and Punishment

The other day Martin Helme, our Minister of Finance and leader of the EKRE party, said on the radio that Estonia received unpleasant news. An investig...

“The Brussels Diary with Yana Toom”: Navalny and Nord Stream 2

The Brussels Diaries are back on the air. The EU is experiencing tough times: coronavirus, threat on the economy, Brexit, conflict between Greece and ...

Uzbekistan’s Ambassador to Brussels meets with a Member of the European Parliament

Head of Uzbekistan Mission to the European Union, Ambassador Dilyor Khakimov has met with Member of the European Parliament Yana Toom, representing th...

Toom: Ratas is good, but I would not like to be a member of this government

One of the most exciting Center Party politicians Yana Toom says that while she would like to be a minister in Jüri Ratas' government, it is not the c...

“The Brussels Diary with Yana Toom”: Summary So Far

You are reading this season’s last edition of the Brussels Diary. We will meet again in September, and maybe I will have some good news then. Our summ...

“The Brussels Diary with Yana Toom”: Protests in US and EU

Big events start out small. In December, a Chinese person ate a bat and a pandemic broke out. George Floyd, who paid for cigarettes using a counterfei...