Night Vigil teams up with anti-fascists

  • 2007-08-14
  • From wire reports
TALLINN - Night Vigil, a movement of Estonian Russian-speakers set up to protect the Tallinn Red Army soldier monument at its former location, has forged links with the Latvian Anti-fascist Committee.

Night Vigil activist Dmitri Klenski told BNS Aug 14 that at a meeting during the weekend the parties came to an agreement regarding "the need to join forces [to counter] the spread of Neo-Nazi and Russophobe attitudes."

Participants at the meeting decided to organize monitoring of events and activities in their respective territoriesand to inform official international structures, media and local authorities of their activities and findings, he added.