“Estonia would like to see the expansion of economic, energy and trade sanctions, as well as the addition of individuals and legal entities to the sanctions list.

Estonia also would like a significant expansion of sanctions against travel of Russian citizens,” the agency said in a statement.

Estonian Foreign Minister Urmasa Reinsalu stressed that Tallinn intends to reach a political consensus in the entire Schengen visa area to impose sanctions against all Russian citizens.

“I call on the governments of other European countries ... to stop the trips of Russian citizens to Europe and work together to close the Schengen visa zone for Russian citizens,” the press service of the department quotes him as saying.

Earlier, the Estonian Foreign Ministry said that the country is closing the borders for Russian citizens with Schengen visas issued by the republic.

Estonia also called visas issued to Russians by other EU countries a problem.

Prime Minister Kaya Kallas said that "visiting Europe is a privilege, not a human right."

Deputy Chairman of the Security Council of Russia Dmitry Medvedev called the words of Kallas "Nazi crap".