The Ministry of foreign Affairs of Latvia and Estonia criticized an article written by Russian President Vladimir Putin to the American magazine The National Interest, in which he talked about the causes of the Second world war. In the article, we will remind, Putin in particular, has written that the accession of the Baltic countries (Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia) to the Soviet Union carried out “on a contractual basis with the consent of the elected government” and in accordance with international and national law at the time. In the Latvian foreign Ministry, however, said that the Baltic country “was occupied and annexed by the illegal, with the use of threats and military provocations”. In turn, the Minister of foreign Affairs of Estonia Urmas Reinsalu, as reported by the ERR, saw the article a “false historical narrative”. Earlier, the historian and the researcher of the archives Igor Petrov found the article a non-existent quote by Adolf Hitler.
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