Vjaceslavs "Sedoi" Visockis from Ludza, Latvia appears on a video claiming to fight for pro Russia rebels in Ukraine (photo: YouTube)
Latvia's security police say they are investigating videos revealing Latvian citizens fighting for pro Russia rebels in eastern Ukraine
YouTube videos emerged last month showing interviews with Valentins "Vjasoks" Milutins and Vjaceslavs "Sedoi" Visockis from Ludza, Latvia fighting for pro Russia rebels in Ukraine, Latvian Television reports.
"Real men should defend their homeland," says Visockis in army fatigues in one of the videos posted below.
Now, Latvian intelligence say they're on the tracks of the three men who they believe have links to Latvia's National Bolshevik Movement.
However, pro Russia activist Vladiirs Lindermans believes up to ten Latvians could be fighitng for pro Russia rebels in eastern Ukraine, LETA reports.
"People are going to eastern Ukraine to join the fight against the Ukrainian junta," Lindermans explained.
Latvian Television report Lindermans has connections with the Latvian rebels in the video and advised them before heading to eastern Ukraine.
Watch the video below