Russian diplomats responded to a request on social networks to cut the electricity to the Russian embassy building in Riga. The embassy is sure that the staff of the Latvian diplomatic mission in Moscow will not like the idea, because according to the message, they will also turn off the electricity. Telegramembassy channel
“We recommend that those who initiate this initiative first consult the staff of the Latvian diplomatic mission in Moscow. Something tells us that our Latvian colleagues in Russia are not very happy with the prospect of a power outage in the winter.
Diplomats noted that the temperature in Moscow has dropped below 10 degrees and that it will get colder soon, according to forecasts. “Russian winter, you know, nothing can be done,” said the embassy.
Earlier, calls appeared on Twitter for the Latvian government to de-energize the Russian Embassy building in Riga.
Former Russian Embassy in Riga reacted In his petition to demolish the monument to the poet Alexander Pushkin, he proposes that the Latvian authorities dismantle the monuments in honor of the classics of Latvian culture, because they use the Russian language.
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