Estonian party has proposed a 72-hour visa-free regime with Russia
In Estonia, the Council of the Party of National Unity (GNU) proposed to introduce a 72-hour visa-free regime with Russia. As the press-department of the party reported, it is essential to help revive the tourism sector, which has recently significant losses. As stated in a press release, Vice-Chairman of the Board Jan Snite party noted that, "the government for many years ignores the possibility of the development of tourism with Russia; it is time to stop this policy, causing economic damage to our people." Earlier it was reported that the administration of Kotka town in Finland sent to the State Council a proposal to introduce a 72-hour visa-free regime for Russian citizens.