Russian journalist Vladimir Solovyov was included in the black list of persons who are prohibited from entering Latvia. This was announced by the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic Edgars Rinkevics.
“I made a decision to include a citizen of the Russian Federation Vladimir Solovyov in the list of undesirable persons of the Republic of Latvia,” he wrote on Twitter.
As the minister noted, “glorification of Nazism in any form is unacceptable for Latvia”.
Based on Part 2 of Art. 61 of the Immigration Law, I made a decision to include the citizen of the Russian Federation Vladimir Soloviev in the list of undesirable persons of the Republic of Latvia. Glorification of Nazism in any form is not acceptable for Latvia.
– Edgars Rinkēvičs (@edgarsrinkevics) February 18, 2021
Solovyov himself said that he would discuss with a lawyer filing a claim in court because of this decision, RIA Novosti reports.
In November 2019, Rinkevich included the Russian singer Grigory Leps in the list of persons who are prohibited from entering the country.
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