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The situation in Avzhievka gets worse, as the Senate passes the Ukrainian package – News from the Ukrainian Front on Tuesday

The situation in Avzhievka gets worse, as the Senate passes the Ukrainian package – News from the Ukrainian Front on Tuesday

According to the Estonian Prime Minister, there is nothing surprising in the fact that he has been added to Russia's most wanted list along with other prominent politicians in the Baltic states.

The Russian move is not surprising

– Kaja Kallas wrote on the social network X on Tuesday.

This is further proof that I am doing the right thing. The EU's strong support for Ukraine is a success and a detriment to Russia.

he added.

The Kremlin now hopes this move will help silence me and others, but it will not. Only the opposite will happen. I will continue to strongly support Ukraine. He stressed that I will continue to advocate for strengthening European defence.

In addition to Kalas, who was added to the Russian list, the list also included Estonian State Minister Temar Peterkop and Lithuanian Culture Minister Simonas Keres, as well as the mayor of the Lithuanian coastal city of Klaipeda Arvydas Vaitkus. The move is seen as somewhat symbolic, given that the participating Baltic politicians are not expected to travel to Russia in the near future.

The Russian authorities accuse these officials of demolishing memorials to Soviet soldiers.

They are responsible for decisions that make a mockery of historical memory. Commenting on Moscow's decision, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said: “They are people taking hostile steps against historical memory and against our country.”

They must bear responsibility for the crimes committed against the memory of those who liberated the world from Nazism and fascism. Russian Foreign Affairs spokeswoman, Maria Zakharova, confirmed in a post on her page on the Telegram application that this is just the beginning.

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“I am glad that my work in cleaning up the Soviet ruins did not go unnoticed,” Kairis said in his response. (MTI)

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