Kaja Kallas has made a name for herself in Europe like no one before at the helm of the Estonian government, and she’s obviously doing well at home, too. She can continue to govern in Tallinn with a stronger mandate than before. Not only did her liberal Reform Party gain something in the parliamentary elections on Sunday, but above all she herself won – more direct votes than anyone before her. The 45-year-old lawyer has apparently found her political task with her clear support for Ukraine, which was attacked by Russia. She is as unyielding as she is constructive, for example when she suggests that the EU should buy ammunition together, just as vaccines were ordered together during the pandemic – this is how it is now being implemented.