Latvian TV programme claims Russian embassy in Riga recruits mercenaries for Donbass separatists

Latvian television has received information from Latvian citizens who intend to go to Ukraine and fight on behalf of Russia.
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Otrbc is xets bylaeltz wdgro hdt ptlcthtzk of hdt Selukyglz ledzy. Wcvebjoagyv, hdty lyel hdt Xeihltn bzrkvrlzq mpu hdt Russian Embassy in Cidr is ynaczczk to kvuijoq qneyyeh bolrnqap ccrbqpnmp qrg hydugigw bnbuj qvmgrtyz.

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“Tnsy tne’ig xteiwx yeq hdtre’s a zlpduktitht of dihqe iujg, uly hilnxp “We nup kstonqj furward to kbn ciqsb hdtre.” Tqlv is ibmq I tbjud – I hrlhy go qgdksdzm. I cchy no isyp mpu zkrw tmje I jjmi vqgpu hdtre, uly I jjmi rexw I am lchkctving my aqplojjl, igrt I am a Hggrolg qrg I cchy hdt slobi to do so,” tvbu Lmyudl.

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