Estonia has strongly supported Ukraine since the beginning of the warThis did not please Vladimir Putin’s army and the Russians living in Estonia.
The country’s defense minister, Hanno Pevkur, has vowed that Estonian authorities will not change their position and open the borders despite an increase in Russian exodus.Protecting themselves from being drafted into the army.
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Anton Herashchenko, adviser to the head of the Ukrainian Ministry of Internal Affairs, showed on his Twitter profile how the Estonian police are fighting with the people.They put stickers with an inscription on their cars.
The video shows a heated exchange between the Russians living in Estonia and the police. The authorities have demanded that the board be removed, otherwise the detainees will not be able to get into the car and drive.
According to estimates, there are between 200 and 400 communist monuments in Estonia. It is mainly a remnant of the period 1940-1991, when these areas were part of the Soviet Union. Estonia, like the other independent Baltic states, was forcibly incorporated into the Soviet Union before World War II.
Until the return of independence in 1991, Estonians struggled with the oppression of authorities subservient to Moscow.. The debate over the fate of the remaining monuments from this period has been going on in Estonia for years.
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