Estonia held its parliamentary elections on Sunday, with the results serving as a test for the pro-Kyiv government. Estonia has been a key ally to Ukraine as it struggles against Russian aggression. The election was held amidst the shadow of Russia’s war in Ukraine, with many Estonians concerned about the escalating tensions in the region. The country’s Premier, Juri Ratas, is also facing a far-right test with NATO unity at risk. The economy and Ukraine were the top issues on the agenda during the campaign, with voters closely watching how the new government would handle these critical matters. Overall, the election was seen as a critical moment for Estonia, a country that has been an important voice in the fight against Russian aggression in the region.