Social media mocked the “Russian world” in Riga.
In the Latvian capital Riga was held a rally in support of preserving the country’s education in the Russian language, reports the Chronicle.info with reference to obozrevatel.com.
The demonstrators with placards in support of the Russian language, Russian flag and red balls was in the city accompanied by the police. Videos of the action posted on his Twitter user with the nickname Vitauskas.
Also sounded the drums and “Farewell of Slav” on the accordion. The campaign ended with a concert, where women in traditional dresses and headdresses sang “Katyusha”. Network commentators laughed at the action and pointed out to the participants on the need to build “Russian world” in Russia.
“Riga. March of the mentally ill. Well, why as a magnet pulls to create a “Russian world” in Donbas, Riga, Tallinn, Vilnius… anywhere, but not in Voronezh, Saratov, Kursk, or at least crap in your porch, a dirty yard with sorts, or at the nearest dump?!!”, – outraged Vitauskas.
“Look at these moronic and you begin to understand why from Russia all shy like the plague. Contagious”, “Shitting in the Baltic States easily. Tolerant and peaceful baits look, laugh and move on”, “Need their Stalinist as they like. Wagons and BAM… With drums and flags,” – supported users.