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‘No to Russian propaganda!': Estonia does not let Dmitry Kiselyov ‘s deputy in

Estonian border guards refused to let Marina Perekryostova, the deputy director of the multimedia centers of MIA Russia Today, enter the territory of the country. It was reported by the Russian Embassy in Estonia.
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The Russian Embassy in Estonia reported that the Estonian border guards had not let Marina Perekryostova, the deputy of Dmitry Kiselyov, the director of the multimedia centers of MIA Russia Today, enter the territory of the country, Joinfo.ua reports.

“Half an hour ago, the Border Guard Service of the Republic of Estonia refused entry to Estonia for Marina Perekryostova, the deputy director of the multimedia centers of MIA Russia Today, who arrived in Tallinn in the Aeroflot plane. We intend to seek appropriate clarifications in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Estonia,”the Russian embassy wrote.

The Russians also said that he considers this fact as “an attempt to restrict freedom of expression, the use of double standards in relation to unwanted media and restrict Estonia’s residents’ access to other points of view than those that dominate at the local information market.”

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It should be recalled that the CEO of MIA Russia Today Dmitry Kiselyov was included in the sanctions list in the spring of 2014. He is banned to enter the EU, as well as own real estate and other assets located on its territory.