Citizens against bigger migration quotaLocal News
- Migration quota troubles politiciansLocal NewsEveryone admits that the quota system established back in the 1990s, according to which aliens are allowed to enter the country, is outdated. Officials of the Ministry of the Interior have offered solutions but since the subject is uncomfortable to politicians, Estonia is now facing a situation where the immigration quota has been met in the first half-year and nothing can be done to change it.
- More vigorous response to the migration crisisLocal News
- Estonia can admit no more foreign workersLocal News
- One family of quota refugees has officially left EstoniaLocal News
- Members of the passport mafia stand trialLocal News
- Estonian population grows by 1,850 in 2016Local News
- What will the year 2017 bring us? From broken teeth to fishingLocal NewsWhat will the year 2017 bring us? Besides increased excises, the coming year will bring Estonia’s residents new subsidies – for example, it is likely that more people will visit dentists in 2017, because a small compensation will be paid to adults as well. Postimees reviews the most significant law amendments.
- No more quota refugees to arrive in Estonia this yearLocal News
- Quota refugees submit 2 applications for family reunificationLocal News
- Brotherhood (mis)understood Former first lady talking to PostimeesOpinionAt present, words of the cultured carry no such weight as at end of 1980ies, observes folklorist and former first lady Ingrid Rüütel (EKRE) while admitting Estonia could never solve the problems of the nations of the world. Even so, Estonia might play a part in international cooperation provided we feature wise, experienced and balanced politicians.
- Editorial: European unity needed to solve migration crisisOpinion
- Two Estonian officers with dogs sent on border mission to CroatiaEstonian news
- Survey: 2/3 of Estonian citizens see refugee crisis as bigger threat than RussiaLocal News
- Accidentally, private universities helped dozens of Bangladeshis into EuropeLocal News
- Russia might try smothering Estonia with migrationLocal NewsAt end of last week, Police and Border Guard Board (PPA) got this troublesome piece of news from Russia about three refugees of Bangladeshi origin apprehended in Ivangorod wishing to enter Estonia. As dozens of Vietnamese with like plans were afterwards detected in Ivangorod, alarm went off in Estonia.
- The dark side of the tough guysLocal News
- Editorial: Europe's last chanceOpinionA EU summit in Brussels today bring together heads of states and governments with Turkish prime minister Ahmet Davutoğlu to discuss taming of the migration crisis. On Friday, Donald Tusk charged with chairing the summits told those participating: «We are closing the route across Western Balkans, the main route through which 880,000 migrants flowed into the European Union last year, and 128,000 during the first months of 2016.»
- Swedish defence analysis admits migration is serious threatEstonian news
- Editorial: let's live with no fearOpinion
- Editorial: Estonians. Pro-Europe, but troubledOpinionAre the people in Estonia pleased with the EU? On the one hand, the satisfaction with belonging is still high and our folks feel Europeans, EU citizens. On the other hand, they are worried about what's happening in Europe, especially with what isn't immediately seen in Estonia (immigration crisis, terrorism, the debt crisis of member states) and those who don't think EU image is positive are far more numerous than in spring.
- Law amendment opens doors for qualified foreign workersEconomy
- IRL wants legal refugee limitLocal News
- Estonian PM says refugee crisis main topic for EU this year and in 2016Local NewsThe main issue facing the European Union this year and apparently also in 2016, and an existential issue in several respects is how to solve the refugee crisis that has received a new impetus from the civil war in Syria, Estonian Prime Minister Taavi Roivas said in his speech on the topic of the EU in parliament on Tuesday.
- Prime Minister threatened: revenge is not in wordsLocal News
- Former Guantánamo inmate integrating into EstoniaLocal News
- Estonia may miss refugees for ChristmasLocal News
- Arabic speakers countable on fingersLocal News
- A ministry and its lone half-time crisis managerLocal NewsAddressing the social ministry regarding refugees, journalists have but one person to address. That'll be Triin Raag, a local governments specialist at social department. In this situation of crisis, one lady is loaded with arrangement of housing and support. What's more, she's officially employed just half-time. Come New Year, Estonia will be receiving some 200 «batch one» refugees. To this, add 373 latest Juncker-quota people.