TALLINN – According to an opinion poll taken for the European Parliament, 73 percent of Estonian residents find that the European Union must have greater competences for combating the pandemic.
The findings of the poll published on Friday indicate that most EU citizens are in favor of increasing the budget of the EU for the sake of overcoming the pandemic. Respondents place the most importance in public health, recovery of the economy, and climate change.
As regards the priorities of the EU in spending, 54 percent of respondents named public...
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