58 percent of Latvian men willing to take up arms to protect country

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Almost 60 percent of male citizens of Latvia, 80 percent of which are reservists of the National Armed Forces, would be ready to take up arms to protect Latvia, according to a survey conducted by research centre SKDS for the Defence Ministry.
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