TALLINN - The state should guarantee lifelong national health insurance to mothers of four or more children, according to Estonian Minister of Population Riina Solman.
The minister said that while raising a child is a job where there are no days off, raising four or more children requires four or more times as much work.
"Employment options are scarcer for women who are contributing to the sustainability of the Estonian state more than many others as they are taking care of four or more children," Solman said. "For that reason, it i...
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