TALLINN - The European Union (EU) announced it will help Estonia develop its economic infrastructure along border areas through the Credo program.According to Anu Vahtra, head of the regional affairs department of the Estonian Internal Affairs Ministry, the EU project coordinators listed nine programs designed to aid the development of businesses and services, clean up the environment and improve education along the Estonian-Russian and Estonian-Latvian borders. The EU will give Estonia 500,000 ECU for the projects, according to Tiit Sepp, deputy director of the Internal Affairs Ministry.Th...
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