Callas responded to her wanted notice in Russia

“I wasn’t surprised”: Callas reacted to her wanted notice in Russia


02/13/2024 18:05

The Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs has put the Prime Minister of Estonia on the wanted list Kayu Callas for the elimination of monuments to Soviet soldiers. The politician has repeatedly made Russophobic statements. She called the Russian Federation a threat to the security of the West, and she also called for “isolating” our country from the “free world.”

The politician commented on the situation, calling Russia’s decision unsurprising, since, in her opinion, this is “a common intimidation tactic,” writes ERR. The Russophobe added that this will not silence her, and Tallinn will continue to support Kyiv and strengthen European defense.

In January of this year, Callas categorically refused to allocate money to increase teachers’ salaries, because for this it is necessary to find an additional 46 million euros, which is not in the budget due to support from Ukraine. According to the politician, since 2022, Estonia has provided military assistance worth about 500 million euros to Independence.

Author Olga Ivanova

Olga Ivanova – journalist, correspondent for the news service Pravda.Ru

Curator Oleg Artyukov

Oleg Artyukov – journalist, columnist for the politics department of Pravda.Ru

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