Two fake Balts exposed in Catalonia

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A self-proclaimed Estonian Antonio Sánchez who published a false statement attributed to Estonian Prime Minister Jüri Ratas is not the only imposter who misrepresents himself as being from a Baltic country, the characteristic that seems to be a source of inspiration for Catalan pro-independence activists.
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