TALLINN - The council of the ruling three-party coalition decided on Tuesday morning that foreign workers working in agriculture can stay in Estonia for a period of two months after the end of the emergency situation, Interior Minister Mart Helme said.
Helme said the coalition council made the decision looking at forecasts concerning the labor market, the duration of the impact of the financial measures and their impact on the whole society in the longer term. In accordance with the decision adopted by the ruling parties, the right of foreign workers employed in agr...
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