Estonia has published some nation-wide strategic documents (work in progress). One of them is the “National Strategy on Sustainable Development - Sustainable Estonia 21”. This strategy is implemented through various sectorial strategies and development plans (like, for instance, Estonia 2035). While compiling a development plan for each sector, the strategic development plans for the national competitiveness and sustainable development have to always be taken into account. The other is "Culture 2030", with a national strategy being prepared, based on the goals of sustainable development - vitality of Estonian cultural space, growth of human well-being, socially cohesive society, ecological balance and libraries having actively contributed to this document.
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