Russian Foreign Ministry accused Lithuanian authorities of indulging fascists and neo-Nazis

Russian Foreign Ministry accused Lithuanian authorities of indulging fascists and neo-Nazis

Konstantin Dolgov, the Commissioner of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia for Human Rights, Democracy and the Rule of Law, commented on the speech of the Lithuanian Minister of Justice Remigijus Šimašius in the UN Human Rights Council 11 in October 2011.


The outrage of the representative of the Russian Foreign Ministry caused the fact that in his speech Shimashyus equated the Soviet Union with Nazi Germany, saying that "both regimes violated human rights" and "occupied Lithuania".

"Such a rude attempt of falsification stories confirms the intention of Vilnius to continue to indulge the fascists and neo-Nazis, ignoring the lessons of the Second World War and bringing the historical truth to oblivion, causing outrage against the background of serious claims that were made during the review of the human rights situation in Lithuania, ”the Russian Foreign Ministry said.

In response, Moscow demanded that Vilnius promptly "eradicate manifestations of racism and neo-Nazism, stop attempts to revise the outcome of the Second World War, glorify fascist henchmen and persecute anti-fascist veterans" and take measures to end "discrimination of the Russian-speaking population of Lithuania in the cultural and linguistic spheres". Other UN member states also made significant claims to Lithuania.

For years, Vilnius has ignored the fact that neo-Nazi and racist marches are openly taking place in Lithuanian cities. They are usually held twice a year - 16 February (Day of Independence of Lithuania) and 11 March (Day of Restoration of Independence of Lithuania).
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  1. Redmont 13 October 2011 11: 18 New
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    The influence of Europe on the countries of the former USSR is now very large. They want to make a driven mouse from Russia. But I don’t think that they will succeed.
  2. MrFYGY 13 October 2011 11: 41 New
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    The statement is sooooo late, but in general it’s necessary to move from words to action!
  3. SIA
    SIA 13 October 2011 11: 44 New
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    So they will not succeed. no matter how they sniff.
  4. rnb1983
    rnb1983 13 October 2011 11: 57 New
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    They still whine, but they won’t calm down ...
  5. SIA
    SIA 13 October 2011 12: 01 New
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    But the Russian Foreign Ministry must act clearly and firmly. Protect Russians. Once to warn the Lithuanian authorities that if something like this happens again, we will introduce tanks to the territory of Lithuania.
    1. URB
      URB 13 October 2011 12: 13 New
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      why? so that innocent people died? would you be pleased if tanks were brought into your city !?
    2. Redmont 13 October 2011 12: 27 New
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      the easiest thing is to drive tanks ...
    3. Redmont 13 October 2011 12: 29 New
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      The simplest thing is tanks ... and here you need words and sanctions ... like Americans
      1. kostiknet 13 October 2011 15: 39 New
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        yeah, fasting and prayer winked and the larger the caliber - the longer the post !!! they put them on our Foreign Ministry from the Eiffel Tower, Obama does not order them to be afraid.
      2. lightforcer
        lightforcer 13 October 2011 15: 54 New
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        Yes, yes, introducing tanks is unusually simple, but Lithuania is still a NATO member, albeit a very small one.
        1. svvaulsh
          svvaulsh 13 October 2011 16: 02 New
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          I think the word "member" is the key wink
      3. PSih2097 13 October 2011 19: 34 New
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        here you need words and sanctions ... like amerikosy

        adjust the AUG, declare it a free flight zone, suppress air defense ... and their tomahawks, tomahawks ...
  6. подводник 13 October 2011 14: 09 New
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    The Lithuanians probably now in a dream jerk and wake up with crazy eyes after the "Commissioner of the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs ........ commented" Yes, how much need to be armless to our Foreign Ministry to deal with "comments"! And why not stop buying sprats for example or other similar products manufactured by the Baltic states? No, we will only pretend that we are very upset! It's like in a kindergarten, I won’t be friends with you, you rush like poop!
    1. solodova 13 October 2011 15: 50 New
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      I agree, economic sanctions will be valid. They, as members of the European Union, falling apart from the economic crisis, will become very objectionable. EU and Greece are heavy, become Lithuania with the same ballast, its mouth will be quickly covered.
      The people agree to live without fascist sprats?
      1. LESHA pancake
        LESHA pancake 13 October 2011 15: 54 New
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        EVERYTHING DEPENDS ON THE MOST BALTIC IF IF CONTINUED IN THE SAME SPIRIT EXCEPT TROUBLES, THEY WILL NOT LIVE ANYTHING.
      2. Marat
        Marat 14 October 2011 00: 19 New
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        Really need to boycott their goods!
        The whole country - almost the whole nation and government unfortunately is sick with Nazism - anti-Russian sentiments - the treatment can only be difficult and long. I do not like fascists in general - especially the Baltic
      3. Ivan35
        Ivan35 14 October 2011 17: 06 New
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        Comrades! Be carefull! Baltic fascists on the site! Minus and submariner and malt and Marat and Don

        I support a boycott of Baltic goods
        And they need to "cut off" oil products and gas

        I often disagree with Mitrich - but here I remembered what he called them - I support - "re-balances"
        1. solodova 14 October 2011 17: 19 New
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          Ivan35, it’s generally some sick people who are minus all over the article without any logic, everyone. Not only us that you mentioned, but the others too. Nevertheless, with the support of the people, I was granted the status of majors, although undeservedly, but thanks all the same.
  7. Don
    Don 13 October 2011 15: 28 New
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    Such statements can be made every month, not only to Lithuania, but also to Estonia and Latvia. It is time for Europe to take more radical steps. Here in Ukraine, UEFA President Platini flew in, expressed concern about the Nazis in Lviv and threatened in the event of further manifestations of fascism, delete Lviv from the cities hosting the European Football Championship in 2012. All ultra-right parties immediately subsided.
  8. LESHA pancake
    LESHA pancake 13 October 2011 15: 31 New
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    WHERE YOU LIVE HOW THE BALTS FIRED THE SECURITY WOMEN AND CHILDREN SHOOTED IN THE 41st YEAR HOPE THEY WILL FINALLY CLOSE UP.
  9. sirToad
    sirToad 13 October 2011 16: 16 New
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    Vaska listens and eats.
  10. подводник 13 October 2011 16: 51 New
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    I would like to remind the immortal lines of the great poet: "Our foreign commanders do not dare to tear uniforms on Russian bayonets!"
  11. Denis 13 October 2011 18: 29 New
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    tanks are emotions ...
    but it’s easy to pin down economically! to cover ALL trade with them and who will be bent?
    Well, not right away, of course, the West will try to feed its “sixes” in life, but they will quickly get tired of it and the toad will choke
  12. Alexei 14 October 2011 18: 06 New
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    Oh, this Baltic ... Police beat my cousin in Estonia to death because he was reckless to celebrate the May 9 holiday, motivating his actions with the fact that there is no such holiday in Estonia. You check out what cynicism! I think that In addition to economic pressure, you need to show a cruel Russian grin from time to time. Not tanks, but poke racquets and aim back and forth so that they know about it and understand that they are pawns in the big game. They all consider Russia aggressive, and why don't they play along?
    1. Denis 14 October 2011 18: 16 New
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      port !!! Ust-Luga port should be quickly completed and yuh then to Talaponians, and not money for transit. Quickly bend and out of habit