Estonia expels another 'Kremlin provocateur'
Another "Kremlin provocateur" was expelled from Estonia and handed a five-year Schengen entry ban by the Internal Security Service (KAPO) this week.
The agency posted a photograph on Wednesday afternoon of Andrey Sushchev, a foreign citizen, being escorted out of the country by KAPO agents.
The social media post said he "constituted a threat to public order & national security".
Any foreign citizen in Estonia is required to observe our constitutional order. Together with @Politsei we expelled a Kremlin provocateur – Andrey Sushchev. Having constituted a threat to public order & national security, he also received a 5 year entry ban to the Schengen area. pic.twitter.com/HcWaNaKstd— Kaitsepolitseiamet (@kaitsepolitsei) September 21, 2022
Several other people have been given expelled from Estonia and given entry bans after showing support for Russia's invasion of Ukraine since the full-scale war began in February.
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