Estonia torments ethnic Russians with rotten food
Why to blame Estonia, if it is Finns who send the rotten food? Because the food is actually OK, but with biased arguments, it can be used to harm Estonia, which seems to be targeted by Russians all the time.
Well, the result of this may be, that Finnish stores quit sending food for Russians in Estonia, and they get another reason to blame Estonia.
Another scandal connected with the position of the Russian-speaking population is gathering pace in Estonia (a former republic of the Soviet Union). It turned out that the humanitarian aid, which elderly people of Russian origin receive in the Baltic country, consists of expired food stuffs from Finland. Authorities presumably ship the expired food to the areas where the Russian-speaking population is predominant, the Rossiiskaya Gazeta reports.
Finnish food chain stores S-Kauppa and K-Kauppa sacrificed tons of expired food to humanitarian organizations. The latter delivered bad food to Estonia for social needs.