Experts noted the strangeness of the new Latvian law on "green men"


The Latvian parliament considered the proposal made by the country's defense ministry on amendments to the national security law. One of the innovations proposed by the military department is to implement a plan of measures in case of invasion of the country. Moreover, “intrusion” refers to various options, including cyber attacks on infrastructure and main networks in Latvia.


The relevant commission of the Latvian Sejm, which is responsible for national security issues, approved the amendments to the law from the Ministry of Defense.

In Latvia itself, the updated law is called the law against the "green men".

In particular, new legislative steps provide for the application of measures in case of crossing the Latvian border by "hostile armed groups." The option of taking measures in the case of the use of "hostile forces" unmanned aerial vehicles is being considered.

The law also prescribes measures to counteract "armed groups without identification marks." It was this point that gave rise to the Latvians to call the initiative a measure against the "green men".

At the same time, experts note some oddities of the legislative act itself. If this law is adopted only now, does it mean that until now no one was planning to protect the borders of Latvia from possible invasion from outside? .. Apparently, the official Riga relied solely on assistance from NATO partners, but they clearly explained to her that the measures will have to accept and at the internal level.
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  1. Thrall 27 May 2020 06: 45 New
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    In Latvia, the population is fleeing, it would be better to take measures to cross the border in the opposite direction of the able-bodied citizens of their country and are engaged in their own economy.
    1. LEK
      LEK 27 May 2020 06: 49 New
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      if you open the borders of the Russian Federation with Europe, then such a flow will be))
      And in Latvia GDP per capita at PPP is higher than that of the Russian Federation)) And this is taking into account that there are no resources)
      And if you remove the oil and gas share from the GDP of the Russian Federation, then the Russian Federation will be on a par with Uzbekistan))
      1. Mitroha 27 May 2020 07: 02 New
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        Quote: LEK
        if you open the borders of the Russian Federation with Europe, then such a flow will be))

        Are they closed?
        And in Moscow, bears roam the streets with vodka
        Quote: LEK
        And in Latvia GDP per capita at PPP is higher than that of the Russian Federation)) And this is taking into account that there are no resources)

        And if Latvia takes away EU and NATO assistance, then there will be nothing at all:
        And this given that there are no resources
        1. LEK
          LEK 27 May 2020 07: 05 New
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          Are they closed?

          yes, closed)) Visa))

          And if Latvia takes away EU and NATO assistance, then there will be no one there at all:

          There is practically no help, given that a Latvian has to compete with all of Europe)
          1. Mitroha 27 May 2020 07: 08 New
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            Quote: LEK
            Are they closed?

            yes, closed)) Visa))

            Oh how. You would ask about visas, so for general development

            Quote: LEK
            There is practically no help, given that a Latvian has to compete with all of Europe)

            So usually you whine, that under the USSR, that under the EU. Style can already be said to have worked out
            1. Tatyana 27 May 2020 15: 07 New
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              Quote: LEK
              if you open the borders of the Russian Federation with Europe, then such a flow will be))

              In 2016, Latvia had already built a fence on the border with the Russian Federation from penetrating into Latvia from the Russian side of foreign illegal immigrants - mainly Vietnamese citizens whom the Russian Federation refused to accept.
              See the video below.
              It seems to be with the penetration into Latvia of foreign illegal migrants, who are also not Russians, the issue has already been resolved several years ago.
              The question then becomes.
              But why Latvia did not stop there? Why is Latvia simply now militarizing against the Russian Federation? And where does Latvia militarize on its own, or after all, at someone else’s pointer from the Washington Pentagon? Who needs this? And who benefits from this?

              Latvia is building a fence on the border with the Russian Federation: from whom is the EU fenced off? Jul 3 2016 year
          2. Barmaleyka 27 May 2020 07: 13 New
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            Quote: LEK
            yes, closed)) Visa))

            Well this is such a problem to get a Schengen visa
          3. Phoenix 27 May 2020 08: 43 New
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            That's how the game is. Google how many subsidies we receive (yes, I’m from Latvia) from the EU and then we’ll talk about “no” help. Each school has furniture and computers with a sticker - bought with EU money.
          4. Lelek 27 May 2020 11: 36 New
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            Quote: LEK
            There is practically no help, given that the Latvians have to compete with all of Europe


            Horse Julius would say on this occasion: "Do not make my hooves laugh." Latvia has always been on someone’s “choke”, and, having collapsed what it got from the USSR, it is forced to eat the handouts of the EU, USA and NATO in return for yapping to Russia. By the way, this year the EU cut its alms to satellites from Eastern Europe by 70 %%, so continue to "compete".
          5. Pete mitchell 27 May 2020 11: 37 New
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            Quote: LEK
            given that the Latvian have to compete with all of Europe)

            My dear, be so kind - open the topic, and in what areas latvian competes with europe? Purely specifically interested in your opinion
          6. Catholic 27 May 2020 15: 11 New
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            Quote: LEK
            Latvian has to compete with all of Europe

            It would be something for them to compete ... They themselves wanted to go to that Europe ... Achieved what they wanted smile
            PS even Latvian sprats in Europe do not want
          7. sedoj 27 May 2020 15: 56 New
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            Quote: LEK
            yes, closed)) Visa))

            In fact, visas are not issued by Russia, but by the country where you are on your way.
          8. Moore 27 May 2020 18: 07 New
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            Quote: LEK
            There is practically no help, given that a Latvian has to compete with all of Europe)

            The results of your competition are simply grand:
            1. The destruction of the entire once completely competitive industry. Yes, yes, I am in the know: everything was done to deprive the material base of the ugly uncultured migranti. This surprisingly coincided with the interests of Siemens and other similar monsters.
            2. The destruction of agriculture for the sake of EU requirements. Who was burying sugar in the ground and closing sugar factories, Puškins? And who sowed the fields with rapeseed, which then did not know where to put it, Putins?
            3. You even managed to dry out the DZINTARS. We haven’t talked about ports yet ...
            No, because of the small dirty tricks of Russia you are really out of competition, you will not refuse here.
            And in terms of GDP in the face of the face - this article must be written separately, as it is considered there.
        2. Ravil_Asnafovich 27 May 2020 07: 43 New
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          As for the bears in Moscow ?, they’ll be there for a couple of months. The Naro Fominsky district has already come to the villages more than once, and this is not far from the new Moscow.
        3. Catholic 27 May 2020 15: 09 New
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          Quote: Mitroha
          And in Moscow, bears roam the streets with vodka

          They forgot to mention the balalaika, otherwise it’s not our bear, without the balalaika laughing
      2. Mikhail Tynda 27 May 2020 07: 04 New
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        And what, do we have travel restrictions? Are you banned? Fiends!
        1. Pete mitchell 27 May 2020 11: 40 New
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          Quote: Mikhail Tynda
          And what, do we have travel restrictions? Are you banned?

          And I have another question - and there are they waiting for someone from Russia?
          Quote: Mikhail Tynda
          Fiends!
      3. Barmaleyka 27 May 2020 07: 12 New
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        Quote: LEK
        if you open the borders of the Russian Federation with Europe, then such a flow will be))

        molasses of what and where?
        Quote: LEK
        And in Latvia GDP per capita at PPP is higher than that of the Russian Federation)) And this is taking into account that there are no resources)

        I'm sorry, but all these GDPs are about nothing
      4. Ravil_Asnafovich 27 May 2020 07: 40 New
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        Uzbekistan does have both oil and gas, however, for some reason there are a lot of them on the territory of the Russian Federation, but Latvia has a lot of Russian-speaking population ??? And the Latvians themselves? asking for alms from the European Union.
      5. Prisoner 27 May 2020 08: 14 New
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        Are you all heresies to teach you so badly, or are you such incapable students? hi
      6. askort154 27 May 2020 08: 38 New
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        LEK ....if you open the borders of the Russian Federation with Europe, then such a flow will be))
        And in Latvia GDP per capita at PPP is higher than that of the Russian Federation)) And this is taking into account that there are no resources)


        Incompetent Troll tongue ! After joining NATO and the EU, all countries of the former Warsaw Pact receive an annual subsidy:
        - Latvia - 4,4%
        - Lithuania - 3,4%
        - Estonia - 2,5%
        - Bulgaria - 4,5%
        - Hungary - 5,6%
        Poland was the trickiest of all, which received a one-time share
        several tens of billions of euros, and annually receives about 11 billion euros. Soon there will come a "moment of truth." Since 2020, Brussels decided to cut back subsidies to the Baltic states and Poland by 37 billion euros, sending them to the southern regions of the EU. And about the "migration", see for yourself - statistics on the decrease in the number of population in the Baltic countries after 1991. There are a lot of interesting things for you.
        1. Pete mitchell 27 May 2020 11: 45 New
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          Quote: askort154
          about "migration", see for yourself - statistics on the decrease in the number of population in the Baltic countries after 1991

          Well how are you so not democratic comrade face and right in ... Wikipedia, for starters, when it's not profitable - they even wiki ignore and
          Quote: askort154
          there are many interesting things for you.
      7. barclay 27 May 2020 09: 07 New
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        And until recently, Latvians are quite happy with this state of things. Apparently this is for them a real unity with Europe.
      8. stalki 27 May 2020 09: 10 New
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        With 2 mil.population fingers bend? Without an army (about 20t. It's about nothing), but with a high chin. Without sovereignty, but with Russophobia. Without industry, but on the scraps of Europe. Soon there will be no transit. Ports will die completely. The population is flowing away, because there will be nothing to do in the country. From the side, so Latvia is just a little wig that wags its tail so that a bone is thrown and stroked over the head, continue to be proud of this squalor, a proud Latvian citizen wassat
        1. Pete mitchell 27 May 2020 11: 50 New
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          Quote: stalki
          fingers bend?

          Dear, you are an optimist: there are no longer 2miles of the population. Yes, and the size of the army is much less, and you mean the whole Baltic States - then just less
          1. stalki 27 May 2020 12: 11 New
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            Well, I don’t specifically follow this backyard, so forgive me, inaccuracy? hi
            1. Pete mitchell 27 May 2020 12: 24 New
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              Yes, God be with you, it does not matter by and large. Many years ago, the main computer of the headquarters of the Baltic Military District predicted that the population of Liepaja would decrease. Who would have thought that the car is also very optimistic ..
      9. Vol4ara 27 May 2020 10: 39 New
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        Quote: LEK
        if you open the borders of the Russian Federation with Europe, then such a flow will be))
        And in Latvia GDP per capita at PPP is higher than that of the Russian Federation)) And this is taking into account that there are no resources)
        And if you remove the oil and gas share from the GDP of the Russian Federation, then the Russian Federation will be on a par with Uzbekistan))

        There is some truth, if there is visa-free travel, then the outflow of the population will be huge. On the other hand, Latvia has one eternal resource - Russophobia, they live on it, and if its share is removed from Latvia's GDP, then it will be at the level of Burkina Faso
        1. Catholic 27 May 2020 15: 16 New
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          Quote: Vol4ara
          if there is visa-free travel, the outflow of the population will be huge

          Why? Of my friends, no one is going to leave Russia. You can clarify what data you proceed from, saying that in case of visa-free travel there will be a huge outflow of the population?
      10. Victorio 27 May 2020 11: 42 New
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        Quote: LEK
        if you open the borders of the Russian Federation with Europe, then such a flow will be))
        And in Latvia GDP per capita at PPP higher than that of the Russian Federation)) And this, given that there are no resources)
        And if you remove the oil and gas share from the GDP of the Russian Federation, then the Russian Federation will be on a par with Uzbekistan))

        ===
        industrialized coastal region of the former USSR. with three large seaports (36 million tons, Ventspils cargo turnover, the first in the Baltic Sea to be transshipped to the USSR), with a number of large enterprises of national importance (the Latvian shipping company with 8 dozens of sea vessels, the Russian Federation, VEF, metallurgists, dozens of fish factories, coupled with the fishing fleet , and much more), virgin pine forests that have been sawing and shipping for 4 decades. a population of 2 million (law-abiding, fairly educated), decent annual income from tens of millions of tons of transit cargo all 90s. such start-up capital in general. Now compare the Russian Federation as a whole and by region, and even taking into account all sorts of political components, wars and others.
      11. Catholic 27 May 2020 15: 09 New
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        And this given that there are no resources

        What about sprats? wink
      12. Rostislav 28 May 2020 11: 55 New
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        And what will be the GDP of Latvia if the EU subsidies are removed? Which, by the way, will soon end. Poland is already nervous, it is also noticeably being cut.
    2. LEK
      LEK 27 May 2020 06: 50 New
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      Latvia, part of Europe. They have one market, so no restriction.
      1. Mitroha 27 May 2020 07: 05 New
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        Quote: LEK
        Latvia, part of Europe. They have one market, so no restriction.

        Well yes, only QUOTAS laughing
        There is only one market, but there are many hucksters.
        And how much of that market do you choose for you?
      2. dauria 27 May 2020 07: 30 New
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        Latvia, part of Europe


        Neighing. laughing Thank. Before Peter the Great, part of Sweden, after - part of Russia. On German bayonets, after the First World War, she was torn from Russia and, with some fright, became a "country." Before World War II returned to Russia. Under Yeltsin, torn away by restless Europe again. Be quiet there, the great “Balts,” otherwise we will bring our legitimate Russian piece back home. laughingIt’s better to sit quietly and don’t be friends with the Poles - you can’t survive the next section of Poland for sure.
        1. orionvitt 27 May 2020 11: 31 New
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          Quote: dauria
          with some fright became a "country"

          To designate such under-states, they even came up with a special definition, "limitroph".
      3. mark1 27 May 2020 08: 41 New
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        Quote: LEK
        Latvia, part of Europe.

        Part is part ... what question. Looks like the one under the tail. And you are designated from what part?
      4. Phoenix 27 May 2020 08: 45 New
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        As Latvia entered the EU, in the very first year, we killed the whole industry tightly. We produced large quantities of sugar, furniture, metallurgical products, and now only fertilizers and whole wood are exported .... Such is the EU, take it BACK.
      5. Pete mitchell 27 May 2020 11: 54 New
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        Quote: LEK
        Latvia, part of Europe. They have one market, so no restriction.
        And in what place?
        My dear, I ask for the second time - you can hear the detailed koment, otherwise it looks more like slogans from the days of developed socialism. I’m mistaken, with such slogans Europe seduced them, then everything turned out like everyone else ...
      6. Catholic 27 May 2020 15: 19 New
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        Quote: LEK
        Latvia, part of Europe

        Geographically? Yes, part of Europe. Politically - a European training ground and a colony for the cultivation of Russophobia.
    3. Same lech 27 May 2020 07: 01 New
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      In Latvia, the population scatter,

      Latvia has become a seedy province of Europe, well, and in the advanced outpost of NATO ... smile cannon fodder and slaves ... for this they were accepted into the European Union and NATO.
      1. LEK
        LEK 27 May 2020 07: 06 New
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        there are pensioners and veterans. live better than in the Russian Federation)) And people live generally better))
        a country for slaves, mm ... there is one country in mind, I will not say))
        1. Same lech 27 May 2020 07: 08 New
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          there are pensioners and veterans. live better than in Russia)

          It's better ??? belay what better is it more specific ... what do they have that I don’t have ... ordinary citizen ... you steam this cranberry to the Papuans and blacks.
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            LEK 27 May 2020 08: 02 New
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            The standard of living is higher there! Argue with this?)
            There is no such ADA as in the Russian Federation)) I will explain about hell. Take the particular, apply this to the general.
            Here I am from Dagestan. More than 700 people have died and are dying from the coronovirus in Dagestan. But what is this ?! That's what. The government of Dagestan, in the person of Vasiliev and Zdunov, concealed the real state of affairs in the republic. They reduced and reported statistics to the feds 20 times less than they are. They said that 29 people died when only doctors killed 40 people.
            And so what?! The problem is that the federal center sends medicines and equipment to fight the coronovirus according to statistics.
            A HUGE QUANTITY DIED due to lack of medicines !!!
            And EVERYTHING DOES NOT SEE THIS IN EUROPE!

            Who set this government ?! PUTIN!
            Can we Dagestanis change something ?! NO!
            Can we choose the head of the subject ourselves ?! NO!
            PEOPLE HAVE NO RIGHTS.
            WHY DO WE LIVE IN RUSSIA ?! Can you explain ?!
            1. Ka-52 27 May 2020 08: 20 New
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              the federal center sends medicines and equipment to fight the coronovirus according to statistics.

              it’s time to already know that it is only possible to fight the coronovirus with preventive measures (quarantine). It is impossible to cure coronovirus with medication. The only way to fight for the life of the patient is with drugs that suppress immunity and mechanical ventilation.
              Can we Dagestanis change something ?! NO! Can we choose the head of the subject ourselves ?! NO!

              WHY DO WE LIVE IN RUSSIA ?! Can you explain ?!

              I immediately recall the decision of the July congress of the OKCHN (nationwide congress of the Chechen people) in 1991 and everything that followed. Probably you don’t have someone else’s example, you need to step on the rake yourself
            2. Mitroha 27 May 2020 08: 22 New
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              Are you a Latvian from Dagestan?
              Or a Dagestan from Latvia?
              Specialist in Russia?
              Professor in all countries?
              Maybe just write a heresy of the soul? Or the soul has nothing to do with it, but the matter is in the godless nugget?
            3. shubin 27 May 2020 08: 41 New
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              LEK, don’t try to explain to the blind man what color the sky is, it’s absolutely useless, checked by his Russian relatives, whom I visit every year. I live in the "poor" Baltic.
            4. Sergey39 27 May 2020 10: 14 New
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              LEK, so move to rich Latvia! There is not enough population there.
            5. Pete mitchell 27 May 2020 12: 14 New
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              Quote: LEK
              And EVERYTHING DOES NOT SEE THIS IN EUROPE!

              Do you know exactly how it is in Europe? Maybe you remember the reason why the doctors of the Republic of Lithuania were transferred to emergency mode? So as not to pay for possible processing. In Russia, there are many problems in medicine, but in Europe nothing is paid extra to anyone, absolutely ....
              Quote: LEK
              PEOPLE HAVE NO RIGHTS.
              Blessed is he who believes ...
        2. Borz 27 May 2020 07: 48 New
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          You there, in Latvia, it is better to decide in advance who will leave the country last, do not forget to turn off the lights at the airport.
        3. Lycan 27 May 2020 08: 03 New
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          Not better. This applies to the proletarians. And people with connections have a good life, because they can work decently on government posts that are well paid both before and during retirement. So do not misinformation under a smile :)
        4. Victorio 27 May 2020 11: 46 New
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          Quote: LEK
          there are pensioners and veterans. live better than in Russia

          ====
          no, live modestly, some poorly. and to veterans of the struggle against the Soviet regime repressed by the Soviet regime, yes, there are allowances and benefits.
        5. Pete mitchell 27 May 2020 12: 00 New
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          Quote: LEK
          there are pensioners and veterans. live better than in Russia

          Dear, what pensioners live there better? Those who receive pensions from LR + RF are not bad at all, two are always better than one from LR.
      2. Vol4ara 27 May 2020 10: 44 New
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        In Latvia, the population scatter,

        Latvia has become a seedy province of Europe, well, and in the advanced outpost of NATO ... smile cannon fodder and slaves ... for this they were accepted into the European Union and NATO.

        The province feeds the capital, in the Baltics the opposite is true, but the language will not turn to call it the capital, such a phenomenon
    4. Civil 27 May 2020 07: 08 New
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      Quote: Thrall
      In Latvia, the population is fleeing, it would be better to take measures to cross the border in the opposite direction of the able-bodied citizens of their country and are engaged in their own economy.

      It is necessary to forbid Latvians to run across to Russia, why do we need these migrant workers. Better to let the Central Asians, they are obedient.
  2. LEK
    LEK 27 May 2020 06: 53 New
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    Russia has such an excellent policy that all its neighbors are shy))
    And for those who put minuses to me, I have a small question for you))
    Why in Kazakhstan and Belarus banned St. George ribbons?))
    1. Rurikovich 27 May 2020 07: 03 New
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      Quote: LEK
      Why in Kazakhstan and Belarus banned St. George ribbons?))

      It’s been forever in my friend’s car, and no one has yet arrested him and made a remark tongue wink
      But in the country of the victorious “democracy” (democracy, Karl !!!) you can go to jail for a star on your chest.
      Therefore, there is more democracy in totalitarian Belarus than in "democratic" Latvia lol
    2. Thrifty 27 May 2020 07: 06 New
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      Lek - the prohibition of St. George ribbons is one of the forms of rewriting history "for oneself", and a manifestation of disrespect for memory, for the outcome of the war! That is, it is a spit in history, in the future of the country! Uk-roina to you as an example, the story was mutilated to complete absurdity.
    3. Machete 27 May 2020 07: 21 New
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      I’ll probably reveal a terrible secret, but the St. George ribbon is a symbol of the valor of a RUSSIAN soldier. And in other countries, wearing it usually happens on their own, and the fact that in another country they are not officially worn is normal.

      I find it hard to understand the tantrums about this. This is our Russian symbol.

      Western, for example, we are not going to wear poppies.
    4. strannik1985 27 May 2020 07: 22 New
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      Russia is so gorgeous

      Not in Russia.
      Why in Kazakhstan and Belarus

      Love for money is called differently wink
      And this is a demonstration of richness of vector. One has already been demonstrated good
    5. Barmaleyka 27 May 2020 07: 40 New
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      Quote: LEK
      Why in Kazakhstan and Belarus banned St. George ribbons?))

      poorly name the number and date of the decree prohibiting this symbol?

    6. Eragon 27 May 2020 09: 25 New
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      Quote: LEK
      Russia has such an excellent policy that all its neighbors are shy))
      And for those who put minuses to me, I have a small question for you))
      Why in Kazakhstan and Belarus banned St. George ribbons?))

      Bullshit. See the Minsk 2020 parade. The central rostrum, a huge star in the colors of the St. George ribbon. This is what the almost blind will see.
      Because the cons, because you're lying all the time.
    7. Angel_and_Demon 27 May 2020 16: 38 New
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      Why in Kazakhstan and Belarus banned St. George ribbons?))
      They are not prohibited - they handed out at gas stations, although they handed out red-green in the color of the flag, and not a single traffic cop clung if hanging on an antenna or rear wiper
  3. rocket757 27 May 2020 06: 54 New
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    News from the fields .... but it all "spiked" and rustled! and all sorts of lovers to puff or puff, rubbed their paws in anticipation of a new "harvest"!
  4. KVU-NSVD 27 May 2020 06: 57 New
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    If this law is adopted only now, does this mean that until now no one was planning to protect the borders of Latvia from possible invasion from outside?
    No, these are just Baltic speeds. After all, only six years have passed since the advent of the military term "green men"
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  7. rotmistr60 27 May 2020 07: 12 New
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    the law is called the law against the "green men."
    When "green men" seem to be around every corner (bush), then at the time it’s not a law to pass, but to quit drinking.
    1. Mitroha 27 May 2020 07: 18 New
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      They do not drink, they have a different line. laughing
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      Quote: rotmistr60
      then at the time it’s not a law to accept, but to quit drinking.

      it’s too late to leave; it’s already necessary to call the special brigade
    3. Angel_and_Demon 27 May 2020 16: 48 New
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      Quote: rotmistr60
      the law is called the law against the "green men."
      When "green men" seem to be around every corner (bush), then at the time it’s not a law to pass, but to quit drinking.

      They go to Holland - there they sell green stuff in coffee shops
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      Quote: rotmistr60
      the law is called the law against the "green men."
      When "green men" seem to be around every corner (bush), then at the time it’s not a law to pass, but to quit drinking.

      Amusing news came from distant lands occupied by the tribes of zhemites and auxites - barbarians, of whom Roman scholars know little, since these tribes are so small in number, wild and not burdened by culture that they are of no interest to anyone.

      Nevertheless, the zhemites (they say that they have bear ears, and they make sacrifices to a huge Parthian toad sold by a tribe of unscrupulous merchants) are terribly afraid of the appearance of the legions of Rome in these lands, which is why the priests there even carved directions for their fellow tribesmen on wooden plaques. Quirits at the Forum laughed, listening to the stories of a traveler who returned from Zemait limits.

      In particular, the ministers of the Parthian toad there advise the barbarians subject to them to immediately inform the council of elders if unknown people show up in the surrounding forests in lorica of the segmentate, helmets of Montefortino and with scutums, but without the usual aquila and vexillum. Particular attention should be given to strangers in loriks gathering in large groups.

      In the case of a Roman invasion, the priests recommend tying black squirrel or mole skins on their hands, refusing to go hunting and fishing, and not talking with the zhemites who recognize the power of Caesar Augustus. At the same time, you can tell the Roman legionnaires that Caesar is not a divine, but an ordinary person, and not listen to the conversations of the Romans.

      Finally, there is a recommendation to do everything slowly - to run slowly after a hare on a hunt, to shoot slowly from an onion into a deer, to hunt honey out of beehives without any particular desire, and when going out into the sea with a net, pretend to be sleeping or suffering from diarrhea.

      “Let's say you went to the field for mowing, but you work very slowly - supposedly nothing is glued on you, the sickle is falling out of your hands and you can’t mow a single spikelet. You don’t go to a meeting organized by the Romans in your village in support of the provincial prosecutor or the occupation legions, ”say the priests of Zemait.

      One of the Quirites, tearing his stomach from laughter, did not hesitate to notice that if the divine Caesar Augustus wished to annex the meager and desolate lands of these barbarians to the Empire, it would have required not even a legion, but half of the manipulation of inexperienced Gastats, even if they were with aquilas and vexillum, even without them.

      As for the priests' recommendations about slowness, in the case of the appearance of the Romans in the Zemait lands, life there will stop altogether, because the tribes living on the banks of the Balticum mare are already known for their extreme leisurelyness - knowledgeable people say that one of the great heroes Lāčplēsis there was chasing a bear not even ten, not fifteen years, and caught up only when the bear died ...

      "Is it far to talu linn?" - worthy citizens joke on the forum, implying one of the villages there. - Yeah, now far away! Especially if you eat the magic mushrooms, which are added to the priests of the barbarian tribes, inventing such nonsense! "

      Any Roman who finds himself not far from Balticum mare is strongly advised not to wear lorik - for in this case life in those parts will be completely paralyzed. Or, in the best case, it will be slowed down to amazement!
  8. Radius 27 May 2020 07: 21 New
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    Are they closed?

    yes, closed)) Visa))

    And if Latvia takes away EU and NATO assistance, then there will be no one there at all:

    There is practically no help, given that a Latvian has to compete with all of Europe)

    Compete? Well of course YES! With Romania, for example ...
  9. Astra wild 27 May 2020 07: 40 New
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    In the photo: a military man showing something to a gray-haired man, probably already found the "green men"
  10. Borz 27 May 2020 07: 59 New
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    Latvia, part of Europe. They have one market, so no restriction.


    But do not tell me where in this "part of Europe" the fishing fleet, the WEF, the RAF auto plant and many other enterprises have gone? Something I did not see in Latvia, Latvian-made products. Ahh, probably the Europeans for the sake of the "common market" did destroy industrial production in Latvia, so that there were no competitors. This is another matter. Continue to further entertain yourself with the thought that you are part of Europe and you have no limits.
    1. Azim77 27 May 2020 09: 23 New
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      All of them, as in a matrix, were connected by cable to subsidies (food) and they live in the virtual world "we are Europe". And they are needed only as extras and consumers of the products of their chefs (back energy), real Europeans.
  11. Ciklop 27 May 2020 08: 19 New
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    Wow wait for the Baltic states ..! They themselves beg straight ..
  12. Piramidon 27 May 2020 09: 21 New
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    I liked the picture.

    Under Vasily Ivanovich, the Baltic states are mowing laughing
  13. Normal ok 27 May 2020 09: 44 New
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    At the same time, experts note some oddities of the legislative act itself. If this law is adopted only now, does this mean that until now no one was planning to protect the borders of Latvia from possible invasion from outside? ..

    Stupidity. In all countries, legislation is constantly adapting to new realities.
  14. aszzz888 27 May 2020 10: 16 New
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    If this law is adopted only now, does this mean that until now no one was planning to protect the borders of Latvia from possible invasion from outside? ..
    Well spring !, well, it gives on tribalt! laughing They looked out of the window - my Russians are coming !!! laughing It would be nice to be in the Netherlands, there is a maruha there, and what about tribals? Or maybe they threw potions on their teammates? laughing
  15. Kibl 27 May 2020 10: 41 New
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    Our Latvian government and deputies of the Sejm have long ceased to think of “green men” but “green devils.” A collection of inadequate individuals!
  16. iouris 27 May 2020 12: 18 New
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    "Forbidden in Latvia" green men "..."
  17. Ilya Nikitich 27 May 2020 15: 01 New
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    Law on National Security of the Republic of Lithuania:
    n 1. Run.
    n 2. If that, see n 1.
  18. Klmn 27 May 2020 15: 24 New
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    Well, what’s going on in our government is that circus (it’s better not to even go into it, it won’t fit on your head), and so, under the guise of a crown, they cut the money allocated by the EU to do it, canceled the travel benefits, and fin. get support on the topic of the virus, it’s generally mine that from the realm of fiction, oh yes, tests for the crown are also paid 80 euros, almost all of them scored a different topic for this virus.
    As for emigration to Russia, but no problems, only who is waiting there? You don’t think, I’m Russian, I was born in Latvia, Russian by culture, first we learn Russian then Latvian, and others, but unless in Russia the standard of living is better than in Germany, Sweden, the Netherlands, that's just honestly without patriotism. Therefore, many people go there, the more Schengen, while many flights are closed, they still do not tear their claws, how will there be a new outflow of the population. I’m learning Norwegian myself, I still have to do a couple of professions (I’m just self-taught, I need to get crusts), and in a year and a half I will dump here ...
    I love both Russia and Latvia, but in Latvia I don't like our government, and Russia, for myself, I don’t see prospects there ...
  19. LeonidL 27 May 2020 18: 47 New
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    The appearance of "green men" is the result of treatment with alcohol coronovirus infection.
  20. Dormidont Evlampievich 28 May 2020 07: 41 New
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    Absolutely not thought out measures in case the enemy uses trained moles
  21. NF68 29 May 2020 16: 00 New
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    Drink less. And there will not be green men to imagine where they are not yet.