Russia threatens Latvia over dismantling of Soviet monuments

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The Foreign Ministry of the aggressor country of the Russian Federation tells nonsense about

The ministry has lodged a protest against the dismantling of Soviet monuments in Latvia, describing it as a “barbaric” part of the “official Riga's policy towards glorifying Nazism.”

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Russia also accused the ambassador of harboring anti-Russian statements, saying that Riekstiņš' “neo-fascism narratives” are “unacceptable.”

“We reserve the right to take steps in response, including asymmetric ones, which Riga will definitely feel,” Moscow’s message said.

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On Aug. 25, the last part of the monument dedicated to Soviet WWII soldiers was dismantled in Riga's Victory Park.

On Oct. 31, Latvia scrapped two more monuments honoring Soviet troops.

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