Steven Seagal's upcoming performance in Estonia causes outrage

American action movie star Steven Seagal with his band is one of the main performers at the upcoming Augustibluus festival in Estonia, which has drawn criticism from other musicians as well as Estonian foreign minister due to the positions Seagal has voiced in regard to Ukraine, LETA/Postimees Online reports.
Steven Seagal
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Vladimir Putin and Steven Seagal
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