Russia set up a filtration camp on the border with Estonia for Ukrainians

15:12 30 May Kyiv, Ukraine

The Russians set up a filtration camp on the border with Estonia.

This was announced by the adviser to the mayor of Mariupol Petr Andryushchenko.
“The occupiers not only do not slow down the rate of deportation and filtration, but resort to new means of “denaZification.” Now there are filtration camps for Ukrainians not only in the occupied territory of Ukraine. Estonia. Now the Russians, when identifying Ukrainians who are trying to cross the border and for whom they have information that they have received the status of asylum from the war, they are taken to such a filtration camp," adviser to the mayor of Mariupol, Petr Andryushchenko.
According to Andryushchenko, Mariupol residents who ended up in such a camp say that the camp in Bezymyanny, Novoazovsky district, looks like child's play compared to the Russian border one.

The mayor's adviser urged Mariupol residents to try other escape routes, in particular through Belarus and Georgia.

Over the past day, according to him, 253 people, including 33 children, were taken to the filtration camp in the village of Bezimennoye in the Novoazovsky district.