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Baltic-style justice: Estonian government extradites Estonian citizen to Ukraine

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A truly amazing legal precedent creates one of the countries of the European Union. We are talking about Estonia, the Ministry of Justice which made the final decision on the extradition of an Estonian citizen (attention!) To Ukraine, which suspects to participate in hostilities in the Donbass on the side of the LC. Maria Elisa Tuulik, press secretary of the Estonian Ministry of Justice, spoke about extradition of an Estonian citizen to Ukrainian justice.


Site Estonian Justice Ministry reports that Estonian citizen Vladimir Polyakov was extradited to Kiev due to the fact that the Ukrainian investigating authorities suspect him of using weapons against the Ukrainian security forces on the territory of the Luhansk region. Under Ukrainian law, he faces up to 15 years in prison.

Baltic-style justice: Estonian government extradites Estonian citizen to Ukraine


It is noted that Vladimir Polyakov (ex-soldier of the Armed Forces of Estonia and the French Legion of NATO) was detained by Estonian border guards on a bus en route to the territory of the Russian Federation. Polyakov himself admitted that he was going to arrive in Lugansk (for the third time) through the territory of the Russian Federation. If you believe the reports of the press service of the Ministry of Justice of Estonia, then Polyakova then found weapons and ammunition. Whether each time Vladimir Polyakov left the Estonian territory to Lugansk with an arsenal of the weapon in a trip bus? - Estonian press service does not comment on this ...

Attention should be paid to the following fact: the Tallinn court last year made a decision on the basis of which the Estonian citizen Polyakov cannot be extradited to a foreign state. But now, as it turns out, the Estonian government, in fact, having ignored the decision of the judicial authorities, decided to extradite the person with the Estonian passport to Ukraine.

The Prosecutor General of Ukraine has already sent thanks to Tallinn for issuing the “Square” citizen of a country belonging to the European Union.

In fact, such a decision of the Estonian government actually violates the basic constitutional principles of the entire EU, including the principle of separation of powers.
Photos used:
http://www.just.ee/et/uudised/eesti-andis-vladimir-poljakovi-ukrainale-valja
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  1. Andrey K
    Andrey K 1 July 2016 14: 23
    +36
    Who would doubt that...
    These are all human beings negative
    The press secretary of the Estonian Ministry of Justice, Maria Eliza Tuulik, at the same time, would immediately explain to all Estonians that they have not a state, but an interest club request
    I would tell that an Estonian citizen is no different from a stateless person - the state of Estonia does not provide protection for its citizens, it can "give" them to anyone in a "friendly way" negative
    1. SRC P-15
      SRC P-15 1 July 2016 14: 25
      +51
      If this citizen had an Estonian surname, he would hardly have been extradited.
      1. Khariton
        Khariton 1 July 2016 14: 30
        +13
        Bandera in a word ....! Eh, we didn’t ... Our heroes are alone. am
        1. ispaniard
          ispaniard 2 July 2016 23: 54
          +1
          Schengen is nothing, Fascistgen and you from the Baltic countries are being moved to any country in the world outside the EU (The main thing is that there would be a fascist regime) stop
      2. Karasik
        Karasik 1 July 2016 15: 00
        +21
        Quote: СРЦ П-15
        If this citizen had an Estonian surname, he would hardly have been extradited.

        This is humiliating, first of all, for Estonia itself! Although the Estonian authorities probably do not think so. Say, look what russophobes we are, we do not regret even our Russian-speaking citizens! For the sake of Russophobia we spit on our own constitution!
        1. x.andvlad
          x.andvlad 1 July 2016 15: 26
          +12
          Yes, it is not humiliating for them. They work out their food. It is now fashionable in Europe to spread rot on all those whom the authorities suspected of having links with the unrecognized republics of Donbass. And then there's a client with a Russian surname. For Estonians, it's like a red rag for a bull. This is their demonstration of inevitability and impartiality, even if it is their own citizen. It is understood that after such zeal, the "big brother" (who is the "bulwark of democracy") should praise them and set them up as an example to the rest of the vassals for their struggle to preserve the world order.
          Estonia is one of the harem's concubines, who really wants to exclaim with joy: "Now the owner has appointed me his beloved wife!"
          1. Mahmut
            Mahmut 1 July 2016 17: 07
            +5
            Vladimir Polyakov (ex-serviceman of the Estonian Armed Forces and the French legion of NATO)

            So Donbass is not occupied by Russian troops, but by NATO troops. Well, for whom to exchange it.
        2. In100gram
          In100gram 1 July 2016 17: 39
          +5
          Quote: Karasik
          For the sake of Russophobia we spit on our own constitution

          It’s not even about stomping the Constitution. It is simply a complete lack of sovereignty. No self-respecting state will give its own citizen to another country. It’s difficult to even find the words of such cautionary ones to describe this chaos fool Fascists are not finished
      3. Mikado
        Mikado 1 July 2016 16: 18
        +4
        Quote: SRC P-15
        If this citizen had an Estonian surname, he would hardly have been extradited.

        just about .. torment now guy .. Critters!
      4. Lukich
        Lukich 1 July 2016 16: 30
        +4
        Quote: СРЦ П-15
        If this citizen had an Estonian surname, he would hardly have been extradited.

        Yes, he is a Negro for them. Not a citizen
      5. Imperialkolorad
        Imperialkolorad 1 July 2016 19: 27
        +8
        Quote: СРЦ П-15
        If this citizen had an Estonian surname, he would hardly have been extradited.

        I would put it differently. The fascist state simply betrayed the anti-fascist in accordance with another fascist state.
        1. Alibekulu
          Alibekulu 1 July 2016 19: 49
          -11%
          Quote: ImperialKolorad
          I would put it differently. The fascist state simply betrayed the anti-fascist in accordance with another fascist state.
          Maybe someone thread will adequately formulate why the Russians, with a number of approx. 1 million people still live in the "fascist states" of the Baltic states, in the status of "blacks" under the yoke of Russophobia growing there .. request?!
          And why would they never return to the bosom of Mother Russia from the clutches of repulsive Heyropy, the rear wheel drive lair lol ?!
          Masochists, not wink ?!
          1. Imperialkolorad
            Imperialkolorad 1 July 2016 21: 31
            +4
            Quote: Alibekulu
            Maybe someone thread will adequately formulate why the Russians, with a number of approx. 1 million people still live in the "fascist states" of the Baltic states, in the status of "blacks" under the yoke of growing Russophobia there ..?!
            And why they will not return to Mother’s bosom from the clutches of the abominable Geyropa, the rear-drive lair ?!
            Masochists, no ?!

            I thought about this issue. I think the main thing is that they do not even kill people there as they did in Central Asia in the 90s, and most importantly, in Russia, the Baltic non-citizens are not very waiting for their native state. Do not forget the safety margin and infrastructure, which went to the proud Baltic people from the USSR, respectively, and the standard of living. So our compatriots are not masochists, but hostages of the situation. Less to you for jerking.
            1. Ruslan67
              Ruslan67 1 July 2016 21: 49
              +1
              Quote: ImperialKolorad
              I thought about this issue.

              And I ran into the 90s
              Quote: ImperialKolorad
              and most importantly, in Russia, the Baltic non-citizens are not very much waiting for their native state.

              Then they sincerely believed that every accountant from Kohtla-Järve (90%) is a Russian city, has the right not only to a Russian passport but also to an apartment in St. Petersburg yes And now my very rude question is: will their Russian-speaking harya not crack taking into account the fact that many native Petersburgers still live in communal apartments? hi
              1. Imperialkolorad
                Imperialkolorad 1 July 2016 22: 01
                +1
                Quote: Ruslan67
                Then they sincerely believed that every accountant from Kohtla-Järve (90%) is a Russian city, has the right not only to a Russian passport but also to an apartment in St. Petersburg

                Well, it’s, of course, that they’ve had enough.
                Quote: Ruslan67
                And now my very rude question is: will their Russian-speaking harya not crack taking into account the fact that many native Petersburgers still live in communal apartments?

                Well, this is no longer a question for them, but again for our most effective managers, so to speak. The same Germany somehow accepted the immigrants and not forced, but they themselves called. In such a way all Germans left our village.
                1. Ruslan67
                  Ruslan67 1 July 2016 22: 14
                  +1
                  Quote: ImperialKolorad
                  Well, this is no longer a question for them,

                  At that time, they could be offered at best Tikhvin and Podporozhye. But right away. So what? Fuck who went request Difficult question but mutual
                  1. Imperialkolorad
                    Imperialkolorad 1 July 2016 22: 21
                    0
                    Quote: Ruslan67
                    Difficult question but mutual

                    Did I say simple? The standard of living still remains from the Communists.
              2. Weyland
                Weyland 1 July 2016 23: 07
                +1
                Quote: Ruslan67
                And now my very rude question is: and their Russian-speaking Kharya will not crack taking into account the fact that many native Petersburgers still live in communal apartments


                And now my very rude question is: Are you holding us as idiots if you want us to move from comfortable apartments to communal apartments for the good of Russia, which betrayed us vilely am ? A mug does not crack?
                1. alicante11
                  alicante11 2 July 2016 12: 45
                  0
                  What are you holding us for idiots if you want us to move from comfortable apartments to communal apartments for the good of Russia, which has meanly betrayed us


                  They said the most important thing - you can’t exchange a comfortable apartment even for your homeland.
                  I remember when there were events around the "soldier" in Tallinn, one "ethnic Russian" also complained to a journalist that Russia had abandoned them, that it was not pulling her son out of the jail, where he thundered defending the "monument". And in general, they are oppressed here and they are not held for people. And when the journalist asked why they were sitting here at all, this "Russian" made round eyes. Well, for the sake of his son, so that he has the Schengen area and after graduation he can go to work in Europe. These are the Russians there. Those who were Russian have already left, and those who hold onto apartments are ready-made citizens of the world.
              3. Weyland
                Weyland 1 July 2016 23: 07
                0
                Quote: Ruslan67
                And now my very rude question is: and their Russian-speaking Kharya will not crack taking into account the fact that many native Petersburgers still live in communal apartments


                And now my very rude question is: Are you holding us as idiots if you want us to move from comfortable apartments to communal apartments for the good of Russia, which betrayed us vilely am ? A mug does not crack?
                1. Ruslan67
                  Ruslan67 2 July 2016 00: 11
                  +1
                  Quote: Weyland
                  Are you holding us for idiots if you want us to move from comfortable apartments to communal apartments for the good of Russia, which has meanly betrayed us

                  Homeland or power at the head of EBN?
                  Quote: Weyland
                  my very rude question is:

                  Do you need a homeland or an apartment? Or sausage with home delivery? Or if the country fell apart both of you because you ended up abroad? It is advisable at the expense of those who were here and also not in chocolate? Answer honestly hi
                  1. Weyland
                    Weyland 2 July 2016 01: 12
                    +1
                    Quote: Ruslan67
                    Homeland or power at the head of EBN?

                    Homeland is first of all peopleand not the territory (especially since I was born and raised in Kazakhstan. And those who betrayed us are also EBNushka am and all the idiots who voted for him am - and did not overthrow after his vile betrayal, but also re-elected for the 2nd term!

                    Quote: Ruslan67
                    Do you need a homeland or an apartment? Or sausage with home delivery?


                    Do you suggest moving and homeless? And about sausage - I do not ask for a welfare, there will be decent work - and I will earn it myself!
                    Actually, I only moved to Russia when I found a job with such a salary that it was enough to live and rent an apartment!
                    1. Ruslan67
                      Ruslan67 2 July 2016 01: 19
                      +2
                      Quote: Weyland
                      Do you suggest moving and homeless?

                      I am not a government official and can not offer anything request
                      Quote: Weyland
                      decent work will be - and I’ll earn it myself!

                      93rd year of the last century request Will we smear the snot or do we know everything?
                      Quote: Weyland
                      I moved to Russia only when I found a job with such a salary that it was enough to live and rent an apartment!

                      So in the fascist-Russophobic states, life is better than in Tajikistan what How can you correlate?
                      1. Weyland
                        Weyland 2 July 2016 18: 08
                        0
                        Quote: Ruslan67
                        93rd year of the last century


                        Good example, nothing to say! Confirmation that overwhelming majority Muscovites - or cowards, or conformists, or traitors (and am who fired at the White House, in general I wish to be in the company of EBNushki as soon as possible! am am am

                        Quote: Ruslan67
                        So in the fascist-Russophobic states, life is better than in Tajikistan

                        Personally, I'm actually from Kazakhstan. There is no fascism - just banal Asian despotism!
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            3. Alibekulu
              Alibekulu 2 July 2016 15: 30
              0
              Quote: Weyland
              And why do you, an ethnic Uzbek, live in Kazakhstan, under the yoke of growing Kazakh nationalism there?
              Oops belay and this is something new .. laughing I have a father-mom - kazak, and of some kind I am an ethnic Uzbek fool ?!
              Answer me "ethnic kakel" ..?
              And by the way, Uzbeks, citizens of K-on the whole live more comfortable in Kazakhstan than in Uzbekistan.
              Quote: ImperialKolorad
              Do not forget the safety margin and infrastructure, which went to the proud Baltic from the USSR, respectively, and the standard of living.
              Well, then do not forget that the Tajik got a safety margin and infrastructure from the USSR. But here something of the true descendants of the Aryans living standards do not reach the Baltoss. Maybe the well-being of Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia, just the result of their stay in the European Union .. good
              Quote: ImperialKolorad
              Minus to you for jerking.
              Yes always please.. hi
              1. Weyland
                Weyland 2 July 2016 18: 25
                0
                Quote: Alibekulu
                I have a father-mom - kazak, and of some kind I am an ethnic Uzbek


                With that name? wassat For 40 years of his life in Kazakhstan, he has not seen a single Kazakh named Alibek - and indeed surnames / patronymics of the Kazakhs end on ul, but not on ul (the transition of common Türkic B to U, and U to Y is generally a "visiting card" of the Kazakh language!)

                Quote: Alibekulu
                And by the way, Uzbeks, citizens of K-on the whole live more comfortable in Kazakhstan than in Uzbekistan.

                Yeah, especially Shymkent Kazakhs love Uzbeks ... laughing
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          2. Weyland
            Weyland 1 July 2016 23: 03
            0
            Quote: Alibekulu
            Maybe someone thread will adequately formulate why the Russians, with a number of approx. 1 million people still live in the "fascist states" of the Baltic states, in the status of "blacks" under the yoke of growing Russophobia there


            And why do you, an ethnic Uzbek, live in Kazakhstan, under the yoke of growing Kazakh nationalism there?
          3. Weyland
            Weyland 1 July 2016 23: 03
            0
            Quote: Alibekulu
            Maybe someone thread will adequately formulate why the Russians, with a number of approx. 1 million people still live in the "fascist states" of the Baltic states, in the status of "blacks" under the yoke of growing Russophobia there


            And why do you, an ethnic Uzbek, live in Kazakhstan, under the yoke of growing Kazakh nationalism there?
      6. Manul
        Manul 1 July 2016 21: 20
        0
        Quote: СРЦ П-15
        If this citizen had an Estonian surname, he would hardly have been extradited.

        Naturally.
      7. Starik. 47
        Starik. 47 1 July 2016 23: 01
        0
        I agree! A member of NATO, the EU, transfers its citizen to a third-party state !!! No self-esteem, insanity!
    2. vkl.47
      vkl.47 1 July 2016 14: 46
      +8
      all because he is ethnic Russian. and they do not care that he is their citizen. The Baltic states would be another matter
      1. oldseaman1957
        oldseaman1957 1 July 2016 15: 13
        +13
        Quote: vkl.47
        would be the Baltic is another matter
        - It's not that the Baltic states, but who they fought for! They hate Russia. Ferrets are smelly.
    3. Lukich
      Lukich 1 July 2016 16: 29
      +1
      Quote: Andrey K
      Estonia does not provide protection for its citizens, in a "friendly way" it can "yield" them to anyone

      yes already lost. the whole country under the phasington regional committee and the boot of nato soldiers
    4. GSH-18
      GSH-18 1 July 2016 20: 53
      0
      They are "purely" brotherly fellow
    5. Sergey S.
      Sergey S. 1 July 2016 21: 33
      +1
      Quote: Andrey K
      I would tell that an Estonian citizen is no different from a stateless person - the state of Estonia does not provide protection for its citizens, it can "give" them to anyone in a "friendly way"

      Just the opposite!
      The state of Estonia provides protection for its citizens.
      Only here are the citizens of this Mr. State Russophobia, anti-communists, cowards ....
      The list of epithets can be continued, but the essence is clear.
      Unfortunately, the Estonian citizen Vladimir Polyakov is essentially not a citizen for Estonia. but an enemy, a saboteur, a terrorist .... a fiend of hell ...
      He is a Russian, Russian-speaking fighter for justice, a brave fighter, independent and consistent in his actions.

      No dreams.
      Estonia is not better than Ukraine, the same quasi-state with cattle populations, which is afraid of justice and hopes for material prosperity at the expense of weak Asians, inexperienced Africans, and, most importantly, spenders from Russia.

      A good joke on the topic.
      Why do Russians do nothing for a long time ....
      - Waiting for the real deal!
  2. oleg-gr
    oleg-gr 1 July 2016 14: 24
    +6
    How ukropravudy is respected and appreciated in Estonia. Issued on suspicion. In Kueva it is completely and "recognized" in everything.
    1. Primipilus
      Primipilus 1 July 2016 14: 29
      +10
      Estonian fascists would gladly give all Russians from small to great.
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      2. brasist
        brasist 1 July 2016 14: 53
        +2
        Someday, a dumbfounded Estonian with a sprat in his ears will return to a hindered boomerang. Fascist Fascist (respected) in Geyropeyski.
  3. AlexTires
    AlexTires 1 July 2016 14: 26
    +18
    From this the conclusion suggests itself that Estonian citizenship is so easy to wipe and no more .... request
  4. Smoked
    Smoked 1 July 2016 14: 28
    +1
    Change Russia again?
    1. Khariton
      Khariton 1 July 2016 14: 33
      -5
      Quote: Smoked
      Change Russia again?

      In Russia, a couple of million Estonians and Ukrainians work and not quite legally ... In Siberia, cut down forests in the tundra and build military bases! And that’s all ....
      1. Lukich
        Lukich 1 July 2016 16: 33
        +4
        Quote: Chariton
        Siberia in the tundra to cut down forests and build military bases! And that’s all ....

        Well, then how will we differ from them?
    2. joopel
      joopel 1 July 2016 15: 01
      +7
      Why not change some sort of Bandera bastard for a well-deserved warrior. He was not taken for looting, but for the Russian world. Very profitable exchange. It is Russia that is beneficial.
    3. Banishing liberoids
      Banishing liberoids 1 July 2016 16: 54
      +2
      Smoked Aga on Chariton, for everyone has already got it !!!
  5. Primipilus
    Primipilus 1 July 2016 14: 38
    +5
    We must somehow try to help him out. By the way, such an attitude towards Russians in Estonia will make itself felt and Russia will be blamed.
    1. Khariton
      Khariton 1 July 2016 14: 45
      -6
      Quote: Primipilus
      We must somehow try to help him out. By the way, such an attitude towards Russians in Estonia will make itself felt and Russia will be blamed.

      Help out! It’s better not to bargain, but to press the Baltic states clearly. Everyone will be given out immediately!
  6. V.ic
    V.ic 1 July 2016 14: 39
    +6
    Quote: Chariton
    felling in the tundra

    Forest, it’s actually in the taiga, but in the tundra for some reason moss, shrubs, swamps, henchmen.
    1. Khariton
      Khariton 1 July 2016 14: 43
      -5
      Quote: V.ic
      Quote: Chariton
      felling in the tundra

      Forest, it’s actually in the taiga, but in the tundra for some reason moss, shrubs, swamps, henchmen.

      You look like a professional in geography ... Fell the forest and drag it into the tundra, is that familiar to you ..? bully (there is a shortage of forest and building materials ..)))
      1. V.ic
        V.ic 1 July 2016 19: 07
        -1
        Quote: Chariton
        You watch professional in geography ...

        Something I do not know such an honorary title... Unlike you, I had little experience, in June 1977 I decided to walk along the mari without a mosquito net, just cut 5 km along the moss springing on my feet ... ... In September of the same year, he collected cloudberries and cranberries on the same "mari" near the tents. In the rivulet I was catching an almost bare hook of fat haryuzki. You sofa keyboard kids would be better off sticking your chatty tongue in a "known place" when seniors speak in terms of age and experience.
    2. Pyokhar
      Pyokhar 1 July 2016 14: 47
      +1
      So let moss, shrubbery and henchmen fall down in the tundra. smile
      1. Khariton
        Khariton 1 July 2016 14: 58
        0
        Quote: Pyohar
        So let moss, shrubbery and henchmen fall down in the tundra. smile

        For airfields ..))))
      2. vadimtt
        vadimtt 1 July 2016 15: 26
        -1
        Pampers are made from moss, NATO needs a lot of diapers, but profit fellow
  7. prior
    prior 1 July 2016 14: 47
    0
    Recall this case and the Estonians and Ukrainians. The time will come.

    I marvel at Putin's endurance, there are so many construction projects in the country, so many things! Prisoners desperately needed!
    And he diplomatically explains this - you guys are wrong. Or he could provide the country with free labor
    many decades. The Germans probably remember!
  8. Enoch
    Enoch 1 July 2016 14: 48
    +2
    Jackal bite - in powerless anger, Western mercenaries bite Russia, only their teeth break. And Lord, God grant me a speedy liberation from the bonds of darkness.
  9. RuslanNN
    RuslanNN 1 July 2016 14: 52
    +14
    I wish Estonian Nazis and Bandera heartily
  10. Banishing liberoids
    Banishing liberoids 1 July 2016 15: 06
    +2
    Next, the other three of the three extinctions will find whom to give out to the ukriks! Behold, rotten Judas!
  11. vobels
    vobels 1 July 2016 15: 20
    +3
    ".. Justice in the Baltic .." This is the crookedness of subhuman people, acting like puppets. And dill and happy.
  12. Abbra
    Abbra 1 July 2016 15: 21
    +1
    The raven will not peck out the crow ...
  13. friend of animals
    friend of animals 1 July 2016 15: 31
    -1
    Everything is clear for Estonians, but what place did Polyakov think of, each time returning to Estonia?
    1. Lukich
      Lukich 1 July 2016 16: 36
      +2
      Quote: friend of beasts
      Everything is clear for Estonians, but what place did Polyakov think of, each time returning to Estonia?

      and if he has a family there?
      1. friend of animals
        friend of animals 1 July 2016 16: 41
        -3
        Then he is completely unfriendly, even if paid well. But not only could he die, and now his family is no better.
        1. Lukich
          Lukich 1 July 2016 16: 58
          +1
          Quote: friend of beasts
          Then he is completely unfriendly, even if paid well

          and the option that he generally could not find a job, but the children want to eat is not considered?
          1. friend of animals
            friend of animals 2 July 2016 06: 59
            0
            This is already fiction.
    2. In100gram
      In100gram 1 July 2016 17: 43
      +2
      Quote: friend of beasts
      what place did the Polyakov think of, each time returning to Estonia?

      And where should he return if not home?
      He got because the official Tallinn is fighting on the side of Bandera dill
      1. friend of animals
        friend of animals 2 July 2016 07: 03
        0
        If a person is fighting for the Russian world, his house is clearly not in Estonia.
  14. Siberian
    Siberian 1 July 2016 15: 32
    +2
    Is ours better? That the Serbs give the Croats decide by agreement with! The last century by Yugoslavia, then Ukrainians are not from Donbass - home, including to Slavyansk (on the basis that there is no military action), without looking at the person and participation in the militia, the anti-Kievites violated some rules there with the terms of registration in Russia ( it’s more criminal not to invent a crime) - deport (no more, no less) to the Outskirts. This is just what we know from the program. And about those who did not raise a noise. Do you think they do not exist?
  15. BOB044
    BOB044 1 July 2016 15: 37
    +2
    Well, that's fine with them. One country gave itself to another country its own, an honest man who fights against the Nazis and Bandera. They are one another.
  16. viktor.
    viktor. 1 July 2016 15: 44
    +1
    I think to give out my citizen, EQUAL TO DELIVER YOUR SON OR DAUGHTER! they just need to be minded at all levels!
  17. atamankko
    atamankko 1 July 2016 15: 57
    +2
    Here you have the constitution and moral values ​​of freaks - the Baltic states.
    1. Lukich
      Lukich 1 July 2016 16: 38
      0
      Quote: atamankko
      Here you have the constitution and moral values ​​of freaks - the Baltic states.

      yes, she’s the whole geyropa led by sashas like that. and they also say that it’s our law that drawbar
    2. Nikolay82
      Nikolay82 1 July 2016 20: 25
      0
      from the grandchildren of the punishers of the 20th SS division, you can not expect anything else. It's another matter when a part of the local "Russians" support all this. There are some Estonians who do not like Russophobic hysteria, but they are few.
  18. Rambylbafen
    Rambylbafen 1 July 2016 16: 00
    0
    oh shouted out belay , and how many Russian citizens were "handed over" to the states (who were kidnapped and illegally detained on false charges) in my memory there are 3 or 4 people sad and where are the symmetric or even asymmetric answers? am And they still sit there belay
    1. Lukich
      Lukich 1 July 2016 17: 00
      0
      Quote: rambylbafen
      and how many Russian citizens were "handed over" to the states (who were kidnapped and illegally detained on false charges) in my memory

      How is it delivered? Russia did not give them up. and, now, take the prison by storm?
  19. teacher
    teacher 1 July 2016 16: 08
    +2
    french legion nato

    what is it? the incompetence of the journalist again?
  20. Chulman
    Chulman 1 July 2016 16: 24
    +2
    Sorry Polyakova!
  21. APASUS
    APASUS 1 July 2016 17: 11
    0
    In this situation, the precedent itself is terrible, an EU citizen is issued to a third country. EU laws are, let's say, quite flexible and, under certain circumstances, can be interpreted as your heart desires.
  22. passing
    passing 1 July 2016 17: 28
    +1
    Chukhontsy !!!
  23. Altona
    Altona 1 July 2016 17: 34
    +1
    A strange situation, of course. In general, the liberal sabbath in all its glory. "Democracy" and "human rights" can be forgotten. By the way, there is another legal absurdity when the terrorist who staged the terrorist attack in Istanbul was many times fenced off by "human rights activists" and he calmly moved across Europe, the CIS and the Middle East.
  24. masiya
    masiya 1 July 2016 18: 01
    +2
    Little bastards, Stalin worked very poorly with your contingent, otherwise Beria is all bad, murderer, executioner, bloodsucker, and they are all heavenly angels compared to your European and Amer’s shit democracy, which has filled the blood of the world in recent years after WWII, and there will be no forgiveness to these pillars of freedom standing on the bones of men ...
  25. Evgen999
    Evgen999 1 July 2016 19: 02
    +1
    The author wrote nonsense and everyone comments on it?) This decision does not violate anything, since Estonia signed the European Convention on Extradition without any reservations, and as most European countries surrender their criminals to other states, Russia does not transfer its citizens under the constitution (Article 61) . If the author finds something similar in the Estonian constitution, I will apologize.
    Polyakov was engaged in a criminal case and apparently openly traveled from Estonia to Ukraine as a resort, not taking into account the consequences. I don’t see any Russophobia, I don’t understand what the sarcasm about universal people has to do with it. Everything in the framework of the law, Polyakov could well have predicted all this and, at the very least, wouldn’t be particularly fond of supporting the separatists of a foreign country (regardless of sympathies for the LPR or antipathies). Now it's too late to complain, hohliki 15 years solder for sure
    1. Nikolay82
      Nikolay82 1 July 2016 20: 07
      0
      come to Narva, they will explain everything to you popularly, both about Russophobia and about human rights in Estonia.
      1. Evgen999
        Evgen999 1 July 2016 21: 14
        +1
        Quote: Nikolay82
        come to Narva, they will explain everything to you popularly, both about Russophobia and about human rights in Estonia.


        Why should I come to Narva? I kind of asked clearly: is there an article in the constitution prohibiting the extradition of own citizens, it does not exist. The author judged Estonia in accordance with Russian law.
        I know about Russophobia in Estonia and the government's attitude to Russia, but what does this have to do with this case? Polyakov was arrested legally, handed over legally. Will you dispute this or will you rub it off? Or to each case you will snot drag Russophobia, like the negroes their "because I am black." Polyakov was detained not because he is Russian, but because he fought on the territory of another country as part of armed formations, if he were a citizen of Russia, he could be arrested in Russia too (Russia did not even recognize the DPR and LPR), they simply would not be extradited to Ukraine and would he sit in his homeland
  26. SlavaSSL
    SlavaSSL 1 July 2016 22: 11
    +2
    Here is an article on the Delphi portal. Read the comments. Who praises the government's action, mainly the newly arrived so-called Russian opposition "in exile" or newly arrived Ukrainians. http://rus.delfi.ee/daily/estonia/lucenko-poblagodaril-estoniyu-za-vydachu-svoeg
    o-grazhdanina-ukraine? id = 74951367
  27. Evgen999
    Evgen999 1 July 2016 22: 17
    +1
    Quote: SlavaSSL
    Here is an article on the Delphi portal. Read the comments. Who praises the government's action, mainly the newly arrived so-called Russian opposition "in exile" or newly arrived Ukrainians. http://rus.delfi.ee/daily/estonia/lucenko-poblagodaril-estoniyu-za-vydachu-svoeg

    o-grazhdanina-ukraine? id = 74951367


    What does the article have to do with and who praises it. I ask specifically: did they arrest him legally? Passed it legally?
    1. Nikolay82
      Nikolay82 2 July 2016 00: 08
      0
      do you think if they are being pulled by the ears under the article "terrorism" is this normal? For you LPR and DPR terrorists? Transfer to a country where prisoners are tortured (according to a UN report), is this not a violation of human rights? Every year world human rights organizations write reports on discrimination in Latvia and Estonia, even the State Department was honored to chide its sycophants.
  28. Texnolog
    Texnolog 1 July 2016 22: 57
    0
    Conclusion: not everywhere Homeland is where the apartment is.
  29. Pete mitchell
    Pete mitchell 2 July 2016 04: 14
    +7
    Quote: ImperialKolorad
    Quote: Alibekulu
    Maybe someone thread will adequately formulate why the Russians, with a number of approx. 1 million people still live in the "fascist states" of the Baltic states, in the status of "blacks" under the yoke of growing Russophobia there ..?!
    And why they will not return to Mother’s bosom from the clutches of the abominable Geyropa, the rear-drive lair ?!
    Masochists, no ?!

    I thought about this issue. I think the main thing is that they do not even kill people there as they did in Central Asia in the 90s, and most importantly, in Russia, the Baltic non-citizens are not very waiting for their native state. Do not forget the safety margin and infrastructure, which went to the proud Baltic people from the USSR, respectively, and the standard of living. So our compatriots are not masochists, but hostages of the situation. Less to you for jerking.

    In August 1994, I read an open letter from the Russian Migration Department to the Russian Foreign Ministry, the meaning was simple: to prevent ethnic Russians from returning to the country of native birches. Then there were more than 20 million of them; nobody knew what to do with them. So I agree with you - no one was waiting, and now he is not waiting.

    And about the extradition of the EBN set an example: with his submission, the Latvian Prosecutor's Office caught former fighters of the Riga OMON on the territory of Russia. They fulfilled their duty to the end, and they were "merged" by the dermocrats. I am glad that the modern leadership of the country will not allow anything of the kind and I want to believe it will not prevent its services from applying the rules of vendetta & omerta against "sworn friends". With a colt and a kind word, you can achieve much more than just a kind word.
  30. MAD_SERGANT
    MAD_SERGANT 2 July 2016 13: 23
    +1
    I knew that our government was completely DOWN, but not to have so many brains .... Although if it weren’t for Vladimir Polyakov, but for some Marek Puusepp, I think he wouldn’t have been extradited for anything! Because he is an Estonian! This is the policy of double standards in Estonia. Russians there are not publicly second-class people!
  31. Ze Kot
    Ze Kot 2 July 2016 22: 44
    0
    Is the French Legion a NATO member? Isn't this a French "PMC" under the roof of the state?
  32. Ros 56
    Ros 56 3 July 2016 14: 01
    +1
    They gave out Russian, but what difference does he have in his passport, here is one more proof of how these Chukhons relate to Russians.