Estonia again refused entry to Vladimir Linderman, leader of Latvia’s National-Bolsheviks, and deported him to Finland. Telegraf reported that Mr Linderman was on his way from Finland back to Latvia.
Estonian border guards informed Mr Linderman that he was on Estonia’s list of persona non grata since 2002. Mr Linderman said there were no restrictions on his travel to any Schengen country.
Vladimir Linderman does, however, figure on a list of persona non grata of the Estonian Ministry of Interior. He was given a ten-year ban on entering Estonia on 14 May 2002.
Mr Linderman contends that national legislation cannot trump international agreements, and is hoping for the support of Finnish MEPs and journalists.
Vladimir Linderman denied entry to Estonia
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