The Baltic state of Estonia has a new government three weeks after former Prime Minister Juhan Parts resigned.
Mr Ansip's government will have a narrow majority in parliament
Its new prime minister, Andrus Ansip, 48, of the centre-right Reform Party, won approval from parliament and the president on Tuesday.
His three-party coalition is expected to lower taxes and sell off state companies, but not to change the former Soviet republic's foreign policy.
Mr Ansip's government will have a slim majority in the 101-seat parliament.
Mr Parts resigned on 24 March after parliament passed a vote of no confidence in his justice minister.