Some 150 protesters from Estonia's nationalist-conservative EKRE party have demonstrated outside a summit of EU leaders in Tallinn against the EU's immigration policies and its refugee quota system.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel faced protests in Estonia's capital Tallinn. Some 150 demonstrators from the nationalist-conservative EKRE party rallied against the bloc's migration policies and refugee quota system.
After having discussed a far-reaching vision for Europe, leaders of EU member states focus on the continent's digital future. A digital tax is expected to be a major component of the day's discussions.
EU foreign ministers have urged the need for dialogue with Turkey while Germany doubled down on its plan to freeze accession talks. Turkey has slammed the block for making a "child's game" out of its membership bid.
Angela Merkel's visit to Tallinn comes at the time when Germany has taken more interest in Estonia. The two countries share a long history and are cooperating on EU, security and digital affairs.
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