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MOSCOW, October 14. /TASS/. Russia President Vladimir Putin is worried over growing neo-Nazi tendencies in the Baltic states and in Ukraine.
“Regrettably, the vaccine against the Nazi virus developed at the Nuremberg trials is losing its efficiency in some European state,” Putin said in an interview with Serbia’s daily newspaper Politika on Tuesday. “A vivid example of this is open manifestations of neo-Nazism, which have become routine in Latvia and other Baltic countries.”
“In this sense, the situation in Ukraine causes special worries. The February anti-constitutional coupe in that country was driven by nationalists and other radical groups,” he said.