Estonia is one of the three Baltic States in Europe comprising Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania. The Foreign Affairs Ministry of Estonia was founded or established in 1919 after the declaration of independence of Estonia on Saturday, February 23, 1918.
Ambassador Ingrid Amer joined Estonia’s Foreign Service in 1995. According to the veteran diplomat’s profile, she has worked at Estonian embassies in Warsaw in Poland; Helsinki in Finland and Prague in Czech Republic. Also, in the State Protocol Department and the Political Department of the Foreign Ministry of Estonia. Furthermore, Ambassador Ingrid Amer has led the Central Europe and Balkans Division and the divisions of southeast Europe, general affairs of the European Union and enlargement.
Between 2013 and 2018, Ambassador Ingrid Amer was the deputy head in the Estonian embassy in Paris (France) and between 2016 and 2018, she was the Estonian Ambassador to UNESCO. Amer is currently the Director of the Middle East, Africa, and…
Source: Guardian Newspaper