Estonia's Police and Border Guard said Friday it can share information about people crossing the country's border "only in cases as determined by the law," and not because of accusations by Russia's special service in the media.
Estonian Police and Border Guard media representative Ragne Keisk provided a statement in an email to CNN.
The statement come after Russian news agency TASS reported that the Russian security service — the FSB — alleged the woman suspected for Russian political commentator Darya Dugina's murder was Ukrainian and had fled to Estonia after the attack.
"We can share information about people moving across the border only in cases as determined by the law and the Russian special service accusing them of doing something in the media is not one of them," Keisk said in the email to CNN.
"We have not received any formal information or request from the Russian authorities on this topic," Keisk said.
The Estonian Foreign Ministry could not comment and directed inquiries to the Justice Ministry and the Border Guard.