Russia Puts Estonian PM, Two Baltic Ministers on Wanted List

MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russian police have put Estonian Prime Minister Kaja Kallas, Estonian State Secretary Taimar Peterkop and Lithuanian Culture Minister Simonas Kairys on a wanted list, according to the Russian Interior Ministry’s database.

The database did not say what offence or offences they were wanted for.

Russian news agency TASS quoted a source saying they were accused of “destroying monuments to Soviet soldiers”.

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