The Baltic country tries to ‘push the envelope’ in the information and communications technology sector, which Toomas Lukk says is the ‘future of humankind.’
Ambassador of Estonia Toomas Lukk says his country leads when it comes to e-governance and hopes to share its expertise more with other countries, like Canada. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Just over quarter century ago, before the Iron Curtain lifted and with it the Soviet Union’s control of Estonia, Toomas Lukk was starting his career as a scientist.
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