At the request of Lithuania Belgium agreed to remove from the documents issued on its territory of immigrants from Lithuania, mention of the Soviet Union, said the foreign Ministry of the Baltic Republic.
at the request of the Lithuanian authorities in Belgium will be revised are listed in the national register of information on living in Belgium, the citizens of Lithuania, state record of birth "Soviet Union" will be replaced by the word " Lithuania ", Delfi informs referring to the Ministry of foreign Affairs.
It is noted that despite the fact that Belgium had never recognized the occupation of the Baltic countries, the local regulations before that time envisaged that the national register should be the name of the country that existed at the time of birth. So, until now, operated a temporary solution for the Residents of Lithuania who were born before 1991, ? to allocate for the issuance of documents in them, not the country (Soviet Union), and only the city or the countryside. However, this advice followed in practice, not all government of Belgium. Belgium's foreign recommended Service national register to replace the records on place of birth of Residents of the Baltic countries in the National register corresponding names (Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia). Remember, the main Prosecutor's office of Russia at the end of June, told about the start of testing the legality of the recognition of the independence of the Baltic republics. The head of Lithuania Dalia grybauskait? and foreign Minister Linas Linkevi?ius because of this called a provocation the decision of the Russian Prosecutor General's office to investigate the legality of the recognition of the independence of the Baltic republics. Before the Prosecutor General's office gave a definition on the issue of the legality of the transfer of Crimea to Ukrainian SSR in the 50-ies of the previous century. 300 anniversary of the reunification of Ukraine with Russia in 1954 Nikita Khrushchev "in a sign of eternal friendship" gave the Crimea to the administrative subordination of Kiev. In response, the Prosecutor General of Russia to the corresponding request to the head of the party "Fair Russia" Sergey Mironov reported that the decisions of the presidiums of the Supreme Soviets of the RSFSR and the USSR about transfer of the Crimean oblast from the RSFSR to the Ukrainian SSR was not consistent with the Constitution of the RSFSR and the USSR Constitution.