This was reported by the press service of the Estonian Police and Border Guard Board.

The ministry admitted that the country's authorities may close border checkpoints "for the sake of state security and public order."

"This means that in order to return to Estonia, you will have to use another border crossing point," the document says.

Earlier, Finland closed all road checkpoints on the border with Russia until December 13.

It was also reported that many Finns have lost their jobs due to the lack of Russian tourists.