TALLINN – Citing a report by the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control, according to which stopping cross-border movement does not significantly impede the spread of the coronavirus, Estonian MEP Urmas Paet said that borders should be opened.
Paet said in a press release on Wednesday that restriction of free movement is increasingly detrimental to people and the economy. "It is time for Estonia and other European countries to restore free movement and open their borders," Paet said. "The European Center for Disease Prevention and Control,...
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