TALLINN - The Estonian government on Thursday agreed on amendments to the Aliens Act regarding student mobility from third states, the purpose of the amendments is to hinder the emergence of communities which the Ministry of the Interior deems are posing high immigration and internal security risks.
Minister of the Interior Mart Helme said that the present student mobility regulation must be amended as it does not sufficiently take into account the need to ensure public order and national security, spokespeople for the ministry said.
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