TALLINN - Two men detained at an anti-fascist demonstration were ousted from Estonia. Says the Estonian Border Guard, the two men were forbidden to enter Estonia and were there illegally.
Both men were returned to Latvia via the Valga/Valka border crossing. '
'The individuals were taken to the border crossing point and their departure from the Republic of Estonia was guaranteed,'' said Kaisa Pungas, the press representative for the Estonian Border Guard.
One of the deported persons was a citizen of Latvia, the other man a stateless person living in Latvia.
On July 26, the Estonian police detained five persons at Sinimaed in Ida-Viru County who demonstrated, dressed as prisoners, against the convention of veterans of the Estonian weaponry grenadiers division. The men are accused of disturbing public order and misdemeanor proceedings are under way. One of the demonstrators was the leader of the ''Night Watch'' movement Maksim Reva.