Latvian MEP slammed by EP leaders for comments on Crimea

European Parliament President Martin Schulz has sent a letter to European Parliament Member from Latvia Tatjana Zdanoka (Latvian Union of Russians), telling her that he has immediately informed the proper authorities in Ukraine regarding her comments about Crimea, which are "in contradiction to the EU's stance".
EP President Martin Schulz
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