Kremlin propaganda presents masks' delivery to Estonia as Russian humanitarian aid

  • 2020-04-06
  • BNS/TBT Staff
TALLINN – The Kremlin's propaganda media last week portrayed the arrival of a batch of protective masks from China at Tallinn airport as Russian humanitarian aid to coronavirus stricken Estonia, making use of the fact that the delivery was handled by a Russian aircraft, Postimees said. The website that analyzes anti-Estonian influencing activity said that last week, we heard goods news that on Thursday, April 2 a plane with millions of protective masks and other equipment on board landed in Tallinn. The equipment procured in China as part of a join...
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