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In Latvia, more than 3.2 thousand Russians were notified of possible expulsion


More than 3.2 thousand Russians living in Latvia have received notifications from the authorities about possible deportation from the country, Rus.lsm.lv reports.

According to the portal, the Office of Citizenship and Migration Affairs sent out 3,255 information letters about the expiration of residence permits to Russians who have not applied for permanent resident status in the European Union.

As specified in the publication, another argument for expulsion was ignorance of the state Latvian language.

About 13 thousand Russians registered to test their language knowledge, however, only 11 thousand arrived for the exam. 39% of applicants passed the test the first time.

Earlier, the official representative of the Russian Foreign Ministry, Maria Zakharova, said that Moscow regards Lithuania’s decision to ban broadcasting in Russian in the media as a gross act of discrimination and segregation on ethnolinguistic grounds. Read more about this in material Public News Service.

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