The Prime Minister of Estonia called to stop issuing tourist visas to Russians for traveling to EU countries
The head of the Estonian government, Kaia Kallas, called to stop issuing tourist visas to Russians for traveling to the member states of the European Union.
She wrote about this in her Twitter account.
According to Callas, traveling in Europe is a privilege, not a human right.
She added that air connections between the European Union and Russia have been suspended, which means that the entire burden of crossing the border for Russians going to Europe has been taken over by the neighboring countries – Finland, Estonia and Latvia.
“It’s time to stop tourism from Russia,” Kallas wrote.
The former president of the Russian Federation Dmytro Medvedev has already reacted to the statement of the Estonian premier. According to the Russian propaganda media TASS, on his page on the VKontakte social network banned in Ukraine, Medvedev called Kallas’s statement “Nazi bullshit aimed at the citizens of Russia.”
Moreover, he threatened Kai Kallas with a place behind bars.
“So I would like to remind her of the other words: ‘The fact that you are free is not your merit, but our fault,'” he wrote.