NARVA - Rampant crime in the troubled northeastern region of Estonia is on the decline, said Interior Minister Juri Mois during a recent visit to the region, but work still needs to be done to improve the quality of life in the county. Mois concluded a two-day visit to Ida-Virumaa May 18 and is the sixth member of the new government to visit the region. He said that improving the economic situation would go a long way to reducing unemployment and crime, two problems that have plagued the region. "The Estonian state has been taking better and better control of the situation here. The crimina...
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