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EU members mull tightening visa rules for Russians

Foreign ministers from the EU are meeting in Prague, where they will debate changing visa rules for Russian tourists. The Baltic states in particular see issuing visas to Russians as a security risk. DW's Juri Rescheto filed this report from Estonia.

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