In brief - 2006-02-22

  • 2006-02-22
Estonia's Parliament ruled on Feb. 16 to compensate residents up to 6,000 kroons (383 euros) for what they spend on Estonian language and citizenship exam preparation courses. The government had earlier proposed 3,000 kroons. Residents will be compensated only if they pass the exam. In accordance with the law on citizenship, the government currently reimburses residents 100 percent of the cost, compared to 50 percent last year. The individual must also attend a licensed teaching company in order to qualify for the reimbursement.The law departments of Vilnius University and the Kiev National...
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