TALLINN - Piret Blankin, the lawyer representing the next-of-kin of the victims of the Estonia ferry disaster, said that the objective of the peace of the grave agreement is to protect the vessel from pillaging, but it does not forbid investigation of the shipwreck by the state, the daily Postimees writes.
Speaking on the "Otse Postimehest" ("Live from Postimees") webcast of Postimees, Blankin said that it is one important human right to find out the reason why someone's loved one has died. "It is just like asking why we are investigating...
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