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Interfront was a pro-communist political movement that aimed to preserve the Soviet Union as a unified Marxist–Leninist state and strongly opposed the pro-independence movements in the republics. It had branches in Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Moldova.
- Intermovement – the Estonian branch
- International Front of the Working People of Latvia – the Latvian branch
- Yedinstvo – the Lithuanian branch
- Unity Movement for Equality in Rights – the successor of the Moldovan branch
- Ivanov, V. Penalty kick "Down with referee!". Online center of Russians Abroad "Russkie.org". 13 December 2010
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