The lives of refugees who have arrived in Estonia from Greece under the EU's migrant relocation program have progressed smoothly as some of the adults are already employed and children have joined the education system.
"Everything is going well for the refugees who have arrived here — everything has gone as planned and they are living their daily lives in a new environment," a spokesman for the Ministry of Social Affairs, Oskar Lepik, told BNS. He noted that some of the adults have found jobs, while the rest have been registered at the Unemployment Ins...
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