Santa’s concern with finding the last two addresses have now been resolved. The addresses have been found and gifts received.
Santa Claus is asking Propastop readers for help in identifying some addresses.
Last week, the Mayor of Vilnius, Remigijus Šimašius, posted on Facebook about how the Estonian concert organizer Artmusic was trying to get permission to organize a Kremlin history-themed propaganda spreading concert entitled “Songs of Freedom” in May 2020 in Vilnius’s central square.
On December 17, Uku Arold, Deputy Head of the Strategic Communication Department of the Defence Forces General Staff Head Quarters, wrote about the information war and the practices of different countries in Postimees. Propastop, with permission from the author and Postimees, publishes the full article.
Known in the military as, „scorched earth“ tactics have also been used in information warfare thanks to Kremlin propaganda activities.
The Estonian-Latvian documentary „Surematu“(“Immortal”) based on the popular Soviet-style youth movement “Junarmija” premieres in early July.
The EuvsDisinfo portal published a long interview with Andrei Arkhangelsky, a Russian journalist, columnist and cultural editor of Ogonjok magazine, in late November.
On November 26, Keila City Council decided that next year the first class of Keila Elementary School would no longer admit children with Russian as their language of instruction and that the school would be merged with Keila primary school.