Is Latvia a member of NATO? How Putin has alienated Russian communities


Much like Belarus and Russia, while many people living in Latvia speak Russian and come from the country, they don’t support Putin’s actions.

Daugavpils, the capital of one of Latvia’s largest Russian-speaking regions, is accepting Ukrainian refugees.

In a report published on Politico, local journalist Gordon F Sander covered a meeting held by “a dozen or so” parents who had recently arrived from the country.

Although Putin had invaded Ukraine in the name of Russian speaking Ukrainian provinces he claimed were victims of “genocide”, their counterparts in Latvia appeared nothing but welcoming to the refugees.


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