The press service of the Russian Embassy in Estonia reported that beginning with January 8, 2001 persons having no citizenship and living in Estonia are to obtain visas when going to Russia. December 20, 2000 the Embassy started accepting documents necessary to give entry visas to those visiting Russia. It is to take 10 working days to obtain regular visas, which will cost 210 Estonian krons ($12.35),RBC reports. Pressing visas will be more expensive - 420 krons ($24.7). Visas for children under 18 and war veterans will be free.
The shooter freely entered the building of the university and opened fire at those who were present on the ground floor