The National Library of Latvia hosted “BBC World Questions: Europe and Latvia” discussion, organized by BBC World Service on 9 March 2016. It was a part of a series of debates across Europe as the continent grapples with the big issues of migration, the economy and security.
Latvian Institute, 10.03.2016, Politics, Security
Latvia’s Parliament, the Saeima, approved Latvia’s 2007 national budget on Monday, November 28, forecasting budget revenues of EUR 8.066 billion and expenditures of EUR 8.367 billion next year.
02.12.2016, Economy, Politics
“All people have the right to live in peace and security in their own country,” Latvian President Raimonds Vējonis declared during his address at the 71st session of the United Nations on September 21 in New York. Decisive political action to address and prevent conflicts that cause massive displacements and suffering is more urgent than ever before. The international community must find political solutions.”
28.09.2016, Politics, Foreign Affairs
On 25-26 August, Riga will host the meeting of the Foreign Ministers of the Baltic and Nordic countries in the NB8 format. Latvia will welcome the region’s representatives as the country coordinating the NB8 cooperation in 2016. The programme includes a reflection on cooperation in the region over the 25 years since the Baltic States regained their independence and a discussion on current developments in Europe as well as security issues in the region and beyond.
25.08.2016, Foreign Affairs, Politics
There are no direct indications that the United Kingdom's decision to leave the EU would have a long-lasting impact on the economy and financial markets, said Valdis Dombrovskis, Vice-President of the European Commission, as reported by Latvian Radio.