TALLINN - Finland decided against allowing Estonian citizens cross-border commute to its territory after enabling it for a day, the decision is effective from midnight on Sunday, Estonian Minister of Foreign Affairs Urmas Reinsalu said.
"I spoke to the Finnish Foreign Minister last night and he said [the decision] was guided by the Finnish Health Ministry's public health recommendation. I requested for this exception to remain in place, and referred to the fact that Estonia and Finland currently share similar principles when it comes to granting entry for citizen...
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