On the Twitter he has written that he upon purchase always looks whether the goods are manufactured in Russia. Someone has supported the author of a tweet, and someone has suggested to refuse gasoline and electricity at the same time. Whether the attitude of residents of Latvia towards Russia reflects this case? Photo: The Resident of Latvia has returned to depositphotos.com to shop a glass because he is made in Russia. The Latvian with a nickname of Kristaps has published the photo of a thick glass tumbler at the bottom of which it is written "to IKEA on Twitter. Made in Russia". Under the photo he has written: "Always in shop, choosing goods, I pay attention to whether it is manufactured in Russia. Glasses #ikea Made in Russia. I will incur them back dirty" .vienmzr veikalg izvzloties preci pievzr š u uzmanMbu, vai nav rachots. #ikea glgzes Made in Russia. NesM š u atpakal nemazggtas pic.twitter.com/PqIHFnb1sp — Kristaps (@atheist_from_lv) on September 26, 2018 the Network has apprehended his post ambiguously. In comments under the publication some users have supported the Latvian, having said that too goods with the Russian marking never get. "You are not one. My friend has chosen other glasses for this reason" — the user under Dace Kavasa nickname has written. Others began to joke on a topic of goods from Russia. For example, the user with the name Gints Weber has suggested Kristaps to turn off heating, electricity in the house and to return to Russia gasoline as with 90 percent probability all these resources get to Latvia exactly from there. In response to this Kristaps I have said that spill also will be suitable for heating, and on the city he rides a bicycle. However, about replacement of the electric power the author of a tweet has held back. Other commentator has ironically thanked Kristaps for advertizing of quite good glasses: It's cool! Urgently I go to IKEA! Behind glasses!" Generally participants of a discussion were interested why in general Kristaps has published the post what he tries to change the act and how the glass can change a situation? What the Latvian has shortly answered: "Relation". Whether pribaltiyets have a prejudiced relation to the Russian goods? Andrey Shvedov the editor-in-chief of the Latvian magazine "Telegraph" and the Segodnya newspapers "In general I wouldn't tell that Latvia has such rejection of goods or services depending on their origin. After all in Latvia there live rather pragmatic people. Both Latvians, and Russians who were born here and have grown up first of all look at the price, at quality of goods. And already there, I don't know, in the tenth, in the fifteenth turn, from where, actually, he has come and where it is made. As in this our global world if we speak about gas, about oil products which come to us from Mazheykyay Oil Refinery, and oil comes from there, besides from Russia, it is possible to list the whole chain of goods and services which don't have replacement, are uncontested, come from Russia. Therefore somehow to refuse what it is impossible to refuse, it is unreal simply. In general 99% would hardly not begin to buy because it is manufactured in Russia. Perhaps, even on the contrary, I think that what on goods is written "Is made in Russia", in Latvia will cause in many п
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