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See also: "Foreign relations of Russia § Territorial disputes

Ethnic "Setos have protested the design of the coin, claiming that the outline of the map of Estonia does not include the former south eastern region of Estonia that constituted a part of the Seto homeland annexed by Stalin during the "occupation of the Baltic states.[11] On the other hand, a Russian lawyer Sergei Seredenko claimed that the outline included Russian-controlled areas.[12] The Russian embassy was prompted to issue a statement that the euro coins do indeed depict the current borders of the country's territory.[13]


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  13. ^ "Another Side to the Euro Coin Map Dispute". Estonian Public Broadcasting News. 07.01.2011. Retrieved 8 January 2011.  Check date values in: |date= ("help)

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