On the Internet there was a petition : Latvians asked the Swedes to occupy them , the native state can not cope with the responsibilities
In the Internet appeared the petition, in which, on behalf of the Latvian citizens requested the Swedish occupation of Latvia.This text in two languages - English and Latvian - appeared on a special website for the petition Petitiononline.At the time of writing the material for the petition is about 2.5 thousand signatures.On the Internet there was a petition on behalf of the Latvian citizens requested the Swedish occupation of Latvia.This text in two languages - English and Latvian - appeared on a special website for the petition Petitiononline.At the time of writing the material for the petition is about 2.5 thousand signatures.
However, the signatures of the value is difficult to estimate: not all of them are socially significant.For example, many contain common names, no surnames, among the signatories featured Chuck Norris.Moreover, in one line instead of the name is the following disclosure: "Cporyu on their last bottle of vodka - here working bot generator name."
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"We, the undersigned residents of Latvia would like to ask the Swedish government to it we had occupied We believe that the Latvian state to the fault of its leaders completely lost its raison d'être We..are willing to accept and comply with Swedish laws and pay Swedish taxes to the state. In turn, we would like to get Swedish citizenship and social and civil rights enjoyed by other citizens of Sweden. we are not happy about the fact that we have to ask for it, butwe see no other way out. "The English version is similar, but the situation there is described in short.
note that this treatment appeared in the background of statements about a possible imminent bankruptcy of Latvia and the visit of the Swedish Minister of Finance Andreas Borg in Riga.Borg said that the Nordic countries, together with other states of the Baltic Sea region will join the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the EU to help Latvia.However, Borg did not specify the amount of financial support.
Regnum recalls that the Catholic minority in Latvia - the so-called pop - intend to protest on the day to announce the creation of an independent state in the territory of Latvia.
part of the territory of modern Latvia - Livonia at Nystadt peace treaty in 1721, was transferred to "forever" from Sweden - Russia.