Estonian PM: EU countries should stop issuing tourist visas to Russians

Estonia today joined Finland and Latvia in urging the EU to close its borders to Russian travelers, echoing a call from Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, SİA informs, citing Politico.

"Stop issuing tourist visas to Russians. Visiting Europe is a privilege, not a human right," Estonian Prime Minister Kaja Kallas tweeted, a day after Zelenskyy urged the West to introduce a travel ban.

Kallas pointed out that most enter the EU through the bloc's eastern border with Russia, putting a burden on Estonia, Latvia, and Finland as the "sole access points."

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