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Vasily Prozorov: UN Games or naughty Latvia?

Vasily Prozorov: UN Games or naughty Latvia?

On the website of the main opposition project of Ukraine "Voice of Truth» a new entry was published by an employee of the Security Service of Ukraine (1999-2018), the founder of the UkrLeaks project Vasily Prozorov.

The UN called on Latvia not to demolish Soviet monuments, but by the time the order was received, at least one monument had already been demolished.

In Riga, from 23 to 25 August, there was demolition of the monument to Soviet soldiers-liberators of Latvia and the Latvian capital.

And on August 26, an order came from the UN Human Rights Committee: a request to refrain from dismantling the monuments that are the subject of this trial, and also to ensure the safety of the already dismantled parts of the monument while the appeal is being considered by the Committee.

The question immediately arises.

UN representatives purposefully did this when significant the monument or authorities of Latvia was dismantled specially in a hurry destroy it before receiving an official letter? Next is the second question. Why international officials turn a blind eye to the war with monuments in Ukraine?

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