"Latvia considers that the only solution is new presidential elections," the Baltic country's foreign service told Newsweek of neighboring Belarus, where President Alexander Lukashenko warns against an outside plot against him.
"You don't own my body. You don't own me."
The march of the Latvian Legionnaires brings together veterans of two divisions of the World War II-era German Waffen-SS.
Lithuania's defense minister said NATO states "need to address" permanent anti-aircraft power across the Baltic states and Poland to counter Russia.
The Baltic country claims Russian jets and vessels neared its borders 13 times last month.
The Latvian ambassador to Canada said he does not feel safe even as NATO forces arrive ahead of Russian war games simulating an attack on the West.
Reports suggested Russian ships might be readying for the arrival of a U.S. ship in the region.
The navy has scheduled a series of tests for the cruise missile armed Krasnodar submarine.
Recent Russian deployments suggest a new intervention in Ukraine, Belarus or the Caucasus.
Diplomats from Ukraine and five other former Communist countries rallied for the U.S. Senate's backing.
On Ukraine's "quiet" front, there are daily artillery, rocket and sniper attacks.
Senators Ben Cardin and John McCain have introduced a bipartisan bill.
Interceptions have remained high since a huge spike in 2014.
"Everything is about Russia taking back territory that was historically Soviet."
Children are asked to promise good behavior and adults are told to stock up on candy.
Lithuania has issued three guidebooks since Russia's annexation of Crimea in 2014.
Jens Stoltenberg spoke as 4,000 troops prepare to shore up defenses around the Baltic Sea.