Estonian Prime Minister Taavi Roivas acknowledged the European Union for getting migration under control at his meeting with the EU commissioner for migration, home affairs, and citizenship, Dimitris Avramopoulos, in Tallinn on Monday, Oct. 17.
“Although migrant flows have receded and relocation of refugees has finally got off the ground, the results are not cause for satisfaction,” a spokesman quoted Roivas as saying. “On the contrary, the work must go on and much remains to be done.”
“Estonia is fulfilling its obligations and we ha...
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