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Major Uku Arold – Stratcom Officer in the General Staff of the Estonian Defence Forces – told The Christian Monitoring Service that: “[They] never give interviews to Russian state-controlled broadcasting channels because it’s not media. there is no point to giving interviews because the story is already made before the interview is given.”The Estonian government also launched a Russian-language public broadcasting channel in 2015. This was created in an attempt to lessen tensions between Russian-speaking minorities and the rest of the population of Estonia; one of its primary goals is to discredit much of the pro-Kremlin broadcast stations which reach the country.Estonia sent its seconded expert to the EEAS East Stratcom team and it is one of the sponsoring nations of the NATO Stratcom COE in Riga.KAPO (Kaitsepolitsei) or the Estonian Secret Police is actively involved in combatting foreign influence by Russia, particularly focusing on Estonia’s Russian minority population since Russian espionage tactics involve recruiting local Russian-speaking citizens.Identifying and apprehending Russian spies is an important part of Estonian counter-intelligence work.One of the most recent espionage-related arrests occurred in January 2017, whereas in 2016 two dual citizens of Russia and Estonia were apprehended and sentenced to jail for spying in Russia’s favour. The case of Uno Puusepp, a retired double-agent who eventually moved to Moscow, shows that Russian intelligence activities in Estonia date as far back as 1990s. Eston Kohver, an Estonian security official kidnapped by Russian security in 2015, has brought attention to Russian intelligence activity in Estonia.It is currently publishing counter-propaganda material in Estonian, but it also contains an English-language page.
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