Olga Dragiļeva

Olga Dragiļeva

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De Facto: British neo-Nazi visited Latvian political party office
De Facto: British neo-Nazi visited Latvian political party office
A self-confessed British Nazi, whose organization has since been listed as a terrorist group by the United Kingdom, visited the headquarters of the National Alliance political party in Latvia in 2015, LTV's De Facto investigative journalism show reported November 24.
"Consulting" sinecures for council employees discovered at Rīgas satiksme
"Consulting" sinecures for council employees discovered at Rīgas satiksme
For almost three years, Rīga City Council employees including Laila Ivāna, the former head of the Rīga City Council PR department and current press secretary of Rīga mayor Nils Ušakovs (Harmony), received pay from the municipal transport company, reported LTV's De Facto March 3.
Security Police warn of cyber attack risks before elections
Security Police warn of cyber attack risks before elections
Latvia's interior police force, the Security Police, warn there are risks of cyber attacks prior to the parliamentary elections in the fall. Ints Ulmanis, deputy head of the Security Police, told LTV's De Facto March 19 that IT systems have to be well-prepared before the election, and that there may be website hacks and leaks of sensitive information as Latvia gears up for the October 6 election.
Evgeny Lukyanov to become next Russian ambassador
Evgeny Lukyanov to become next Russian ambassador

Russian diplomats have confirmed that Evgeny Lukyanov, deputy secretary at the Russian Security Council, will succeed Alexander Veshnyakov as the Ambassador of the Russian Federation to Latvia, reported LTV7 on December 8.

Viewpoint: Russia and Trump – a love story?
Viewpoint: Russia and Trump – a love story?

"If Trump recognizes Crimea as ours, lifts sanctions, makes an agreement with us on Syria and frees Assange, I will retire. Because the world will be wonderful." This is how Rossiya Segodnya editor-in-chief Margarita Simonyan commented the election of Donald Trump as the President of the United States.

Former Ukraine president calls for new Marshall Plan
Former Ukraine president calls for new Marshall Plan

Viktor Yushchenko, former president of Ukraine said in an interview Sunday that the western nations were completely unprepared for Vladimir Putin’s aggressive actions against his country and called for them to supply it with lethal weapons of defense against the Russia’s offensive invasion.