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In Latvia, they called to check the scandalous tweet of the deputy about the monument in Riga

Monument to the Liberators in Riga. Archive photoMOSCOW, May 19.Deputy of the Russian Union of Latvia (RSL) Andrei Pagor appealed to the state security service of the country with a call to check the scandalous statement of the deputy of the Seimas Aleksandrs Kirnsteins about the monument to the Liberators of Riga for violation of the criminal law of Latvia, the party said. “Today our deputy of the Jelgava City Council, lawyer Andrei Pagor appealed State Security Service with a statement on the statements of the Deputy of the Seimas from the National Association Alexander Kirshteins,” the party said on Facebook * (the social network is banned in the Russian Federation as an extremist).An action was held in Yerevan against the demolition of the monument to the Liberators of Riga As RSL reminds, last week on Twitter, Kirshteins, commenting on the situation with the fence around the Monument to the Liberators of Riga, wrote: “Everyone with flowers had to be let in, and the exit closed. Then install security towers, toilets, bring porridge and release only those for whom the Russian embassy has bought a one-way ticket to Moscow!” It is reported that Pagor in his statement asks the State Security Service to check this statement of the parliamentarian, indicating that it violates Article 78 (Inciting national, ethnic or racial hatred ) and the second part of article 149 (Violation of the prohibition of discrimination committed by an official) of the Criminal Law of Latvia. Cases of vandalism against Soviet monuments became more frequent after the start of the Russian special operation in Ukraine. A large-scale anti-Russian campaign has unfolded in Lithuania. The Russian Embassy in Lithuania called the situation “barbaric and blasphemous” actions aimed at inciting hatred and fear in the country. Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, commenting on the situation with the monuments to Soviet soldiers in Latvia and Lithuania, called what is happening “an international outrage.” The Latvian Parliament had previously suspended the clause of the intergovernmental agreement with Russia on the protection of monuments to Soviet soldiers, which allows the monument to the Liberators of Riga to be dismantled. The police closed access to the monument, the municipal services removed the flowers laid by May 9 with a tractor, and later the residents of the city began to bring them again. The Latvian Parliament allowed the demolition of the monument. The Riga City Council voted for the demolition, instructing the relevant agency to ensure the dismantling of the monument. Against the backdrop of Latvia's decision, Andrey Klimov, head of the commission of the Federation Council for the protection of state sovereignty, told RIA Novosti that Latvia needs to be “reasoned” by taking extremely tough measures, including economic ones. Meta (social networks Facebook and Instagram) banned in Russia as extremist source-sid=”” class=”lazyload” src=”data:image/svg+xml,%3Csvg%20xmlns=%22 %20height=%22338%22%3E%3C/svg%3E%0A%20%20%20%20%20%20%20%20%20%20%20%20%20%20%20%20″ data-src=”” lazy>The monument to Alexander Nevsky was demolished in Kharkov


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