Kai Joost, Baltic Reports
TALLINN — Estonian Prime Minister Andrus Ansip echoed comments by European Union officials this week in saying that Russia will have to meet certain criteria before a visa-free regime could be set up.
Ansip told Estonian Public Broadcasting Tuesday that Russia must fulfill requirements such as giving international travel documents to all of its citizens, agree to take illegal immigrants of Russian origin in the European Union back and also lose all the restrictions on European Union citizens for traveling in Russia.
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Estonia skeptical of EU-Russia visa regime change