Russia has declared the Prime Minister of Estonia, Kaja Kallas, wanted and captured in its territory, according to the Ministry of the Interior database.
The Ministry does not specify either the reason or the article that justifies the issuance of the order against a senior active official of a foreign country.
Kallas, 46, is one of the strongest voices within the European Union (EU) and NATO in favor of supplying weapons to Ukraine and toughening sanctions against Russia.
In January 2021, she became the first woman to head the Government of the Baltic country, a position she renewed when her party won the legislative elections held in March of last year.
The Secretary of State of Estonia, Taimar Peterkop, has also been declared wanted.
Russian President Vladimir Putin recently assured that his country has no plans to invade the three Baltic republics or Poland, which are members of NATO.