TALLINN - Estonian ferry company Tallink will be sending its Romantika ferry to make an unscheduled trip to Germany to bring home Estonians and Latvians stranded at the German-Polish border.
Estonian Foreign Minister Urmas Reinsalu told reporters on Tuesday that an exceptional trip to the port of Sassnitz in northern Germany is to be conducted in cooperation with Estonian shipper Tallink in order to repatriate Estonians and Latvians stuck in Germany.
Chairman of the board of Tallink Paavo Nogene said that the Romantika is to depart from the Port of Riga...
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