The cabinet of Kaja Kallas is the incumbent cabinet of Estonia, in office since 26 January 2021. It is a grand coalition cabinet of the Reform Party and the Centre Party.
The cabinet was formed after the previous cabinet led by the Centre Party resigned on 14 January, 2021 following the resignation of the prime minister Jüri Ratas in the wake of a corruption scandal.
From the very beginning, pundits stated several possible coalitions, among them were Reform Party–Centre Party, Reform Party–Isamaa–SDE, Centre Party–EKRE–Isamaa, Reform Party–EKRE. On 14 January, 2021, negotiations started between the Reform Party and the Centre Party. Although it was seen as a surprise to many, the leaders of Isamaa and EKRE (Helir-Valdor Seeder and Martin Helme, respectively) stated that the Centre Party members were probing a possible coalition with the Reform Party since the end of 2020.
The cabinet received its mandate on 25 January 2021.
This cabinet was the first coalition government between the Reform Party and the Centre Party since 2003. Also, it became the most gender-equal cabinet in Estonia's history.
The coalition agreed on 14 ministers in addition to the prime minister with seven each for Reform and Center.