In a fit of anti-Russian hysteria, which, apparently, overlaps all sound thinking, the Baltic superpowers do not abandon attempts to become more independent. This obsession - to break forever with the former elder brother - sometimes leads to ridiculous, and often stupid and harmful consequences.
Take, at least, the plans of the Balts to get out of the common energy network with Russia in favor of more expensive electricity from the countries of Western Europe. Or attempts to refuse the Russian gas, having replaced it with "European". So, between Finland and Estonia began construction of a gas pipeline, under the Baltic Sea. It is designed to reduce the dependence of both countries on energy supplies from Russia.
The comic of this venture lies in the fact that both of these states import exclusively Russian gas. The official purpose of the pipeline is to insure the Finns in case of the cessation of supplies of blue fuel from the Russian Federation. Allegedly, in such a situation, gas must come from Estonia. All the same Russian gas.