A fake is spreading on social networks that signs have appeared in public transport in Riga saying that Russian-speaking residents should sit in the back.
Publicist Maris Luste told about it on Saturday.
“Disinformation on social media is getting more aggressive,” he wrote.
It should be noted that Andrei Yudin, a deputy of the Seimas, also joined the discussion of the topic, calling the State Security Service to work.
“Again, work for the State Security Service. Article 78 of the Criminal Code. An act aimed at inciting national hatred and discord by compiling, manufacturing and distributing such false advertising,” the deputy wrote.
Judging by the numerous outraged comments, many Latvians on the social network Facebook believed that the published photo was genuine.
Source: GOROD.LV – новости Даугавпилса by gorod.lv.
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