TALLINN - Under the European Union’s migrant relocation and resettlement program, only Malta and Hungary are to accept a smaller number of refugees than Estonia.
In accordance with the plan approved by EU interior ministers at their extraordinary meeting in Brussels on Monday, Estonia will take 130 people as part of the relocation program and 20 as part of the resettlement program. The corresponding figures for Malta are 60 and 14, whereas Hungary, which is facing a surge of migrants estimated to have reached close to 80,000 already this year, will not accept any asylum seeke...
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