HELSINKI- 86 report to NATO, the UN, the USA and the EU Human Rights Defence Group HELSINKI- 86 report to NATO, the UN, the USA and the EU

The CTAG (from Latvian: Cilvēktiesību aizstāvības grupa, Human Rights Defence Group) Helsinki-86 is reiterating its request of NATO, UN and EU to intervene with the sovereignty of the Republic of Latvia and remove former KGB members and their puppets working under Russian special operations forces from all Latvian governmental institutions.

Latvian army can be considered a “Trojan horse” within the NATO structures. Upon the first signal from Russia, it is ready to attack NATO units placed in Latvia. Each Latvian officer loyal to NATO has been assigned a ‘liquidator’ who will be ordered in the case of an alert to immediately shoot down the respective person loyal to NATO.

All structures within the repressive state apparatus of the Republic of Latvia are led by former communists, KGB members and loyal descendants of such organisations.

Also the president of Latvia Raimonds Vējonis, the Prime Minister Māris Kučinskis and the Minister of Defence Raimonds Bergmanis, are loyal to Moscow, and belong to the circles of the mayor of Ventspils Aivars Lembergs.

Aivars Lembergs, as well as the mayor of Riga Nils Ušakovs, share anti- NATO and anti- ES sentiments and support Vladimir Putin’s party. Aivars Lembergscommunist affiliated with KGB, is known to have obtained wealth through fraudulent activities. Nils Ušakovs has been intercepted spying for Russia, nonetheless has kept his position as the Chairman of the Riga City Council.

There are around 20,000 illegal fighters in Latvia, employed as various security units, entirely made up of descendants of former Russian military forces.

Before the complete removal of all elements working under the Russian influence from all Latvian government institutions, NATO should not be permitted to arm the Latvian army with advanced equipment, for it shall be used against NATO and handed over to Russia.

Latvian affairs are largely run by an underground communist organization and former KGB agents, red army national socialists, enemies of NATO, the EU and the USA.

Politburo members of the underground communist party areA. Borovkovs, I. Godmanis, A. Brigmanis, I. Savickis, G. Indriksons, E. Johansons, V. Kargins, A. Lembergs, A. Šķēle, A. Šlesers, A. Suharenko, and other former communists and KGB agents.

The aforementioned persons have become millionaires and multi-millionaires through defrauding the state and its people.

Latvia is the only state in Europe not to have opened its KGB archives, and to have all the former members of KGB holding high positions. Latvia is also one of the centres for global terrorism coordination.

Founder of Helsinki- 86 Linards Grantiņš, and the politically repressed historian prof. Indulis Ronis are requesting a meeting with the leading officials of the EU, the UN, NATO the USA, in order to give testimony about the crimes committed by the red nationalists against the Latvian people and the Republic of Latvia.

Linards Grantiņš H- 86



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