I hate to see threads get zero replies, so I’ll offer an opinion.
I don’t believe that anybody should apologize for anything, unless they’re personally culpable. With respect to the history of Estonia and Russia, however, one can understand that Estonians would resent Russians. Even though Stalin was a Georgian, the Soviet Union was heir to the Russian Empire, was established by Russians, had its capital in Russia, and was dominated by Russians for most of its existence.
Then, too, I’m sure Estonians resented the off-and-on Soviet policy of “Russification”, under which Russians were settled throughout the Soviet Union, the Russian language was emphasized, and nationalist leaders were executed or deported.
Long after 1940, and even after 1990, Soviet and Russian leaders continued to define the annexation as a merger among equals seeking fraternal assistance, rather than a conquest based on threat of invasion.
So even though I share your contempt for apologies, there’s something to be said for acknowledging historical reality, and the reality is that even though a Georgian ordered this particular deportation, it was a consequence of decades of Russian-dominated Imperial and Soviet policy. It can’t hurt to clear the air.