The interior ministers of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania at a discussion in Vilnius on Friday, November 24, said that the space of common free movement, that is the Schengen area, will only be preserved with a strong external border and the Baltic countries also have an important role in guarding it.
Estonian Interior Minister Andres Anvelt emphasized the need to first and foremost use all technological possibilities for ensuring security, spokespeople of the Interior Ministry, said. "We live in the 21st century and must use tools fitting for the 21st century, like fa...
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