NARVA - Taxi drivers in the eastern Estonian border town of Narva held a protest on Saturday against new regulations requiring them to learn a higher level of Estonian, and have sent a petition to the European Parliament.
The drivers held the demonstration outside the offices of the city council saying they were not being given sufficient time to improve their language skills after new regulations were introduced last month by the Public Transport Act.
The broadcaster reported that taxi drivers have been told they need to reach, or confirm they already know, B1 level Eston...
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