Estonia supports the proposal of European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker to strengthen the European border and coast guard agency Frontex, but the Interior Ministry is simultaneously of the opinion that it cannot take place at the expense of the existing border guards of the member states.
"The Interior Ministry supports Juncker's initiative, but this idea definitely requires specification," Janek Magi, head of the Interior Ministry's border guard policy department, said on 21 September. "This is also Estonia's wish and objective so th...
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