Mihhail Kolvart, chairman of the council of Tallinn, has published a response to critics who have described his joining a program aimed to help the Red Army veterans living in Estonia as blatant campaigning and propaganda, in which he says that dismissing the campaign as propaganda is not appropriate.
"When I read what is written in the media about the charity campaign 'I remember, I will help,' the question arises whether the disturbing factor is that the people in need are ethnic Russians who fought against Nazi Germany in the ranks of the Red Army? But the...
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