TALLINNThe Estonian government approved on May 13 the creation of a special commission that will study possibilities of improving the country's demographic situation.One of the main tasks of the commission will be to find effective measures that would help increase the birth rate in the country from 2004 to 2007.By Nov. 15, 2003, the commission, which will be headed by Population Affairs Minister Paul-Eerik Rummo, will present a report on how to fix the problematic demographic situation Estonia is currently undergoing. In the future, the commission will present a biannual report on the impl...
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