The government, forged by the centre-left Centre Party of Prime Minister Juri Ratas, the conservative Pro Patria (Isamaa) party and the far-right Conservative People’s Party (EKRE), was appointed by President Kersti Kaljulaid recently.
It is the first time an anti-EU and anti-immigration party has been in government in the Baltic EU and NATO member.
The coalition holds 56 seats in the 101-member parliament, the Riigikogu, and each party will be handed five posts in the cabinet.
The Reform Party under leader Kaja Kallas would be the main opposition party.
The party won the most seats in the March 3 election, however failed to form a government.
Economic and socio-political issues dominated the campaign in the run-up to the elections, with the country still reeling from a money-laundering scandal that engulfed the Estonian branch of Danske Bank.
Estonia is a country in Northern Europe, which borders the Baltic Sea and Gulf of Finland. Including more than 1,500 islands, its diverse terrain spans rocky beaches, old-growth forest and many lakes.
It was formerly part of the Soviet Union and is dotted with castles, churches and hilltop fortresses.