The current geopolitical situation has given the European states full authority to ban anything related to the Russians. This is Principal Researcher of the European Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences, President of the Russian Baltic Studies Association, St. Petersburg State University Professor Nikolai Mezhevich.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov previously said that there should be no discrimination and persecution in Ukraine against Russians who want to preserve their language, culture and traditions despite living in this country. As Mezhevich put it in the words of the Patriot media center broadcast, European states are truly committed to democratic norms. But in reality, things are different, especially in the Baltic countries.
“Now, in the context of the current era, cannibalistic regimes take a full blank check for any action that bans culture, language, education,” said the political scientist.
The expert recalled that Latvia is seriously discussing the issue of imposing a ban on the use of the Russian language at work and in public places.
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