TALLINN - The Estonian government on Friday decided that in the second half of next week the restrictions on border crossing between Estonia and Finland will be relaxed and the free movement of residents of and those legally staying in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania will be restored.
Prime Minister Juri Ratas in his capacity as the head of the emergency situation in Estonia signed an order with which, from May 14, the restriction that people arriving in Estonia from Finland had to remain in isolation for 14 days after crossing the border will be eased. While until now, peo...
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