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19.08.2014 Prime Ministers of the Baltic States will participate in the events devoted to the 25th anniversary of the Baltic Way
On Saturday, August 23, Prime Minister of Lithuania Algirdas Butkevičius and Prime Minister of Estonia Taavi Rõivas will pay a visit to Latvia to participate together with Prime Minister of Latvia Laimdota Straujuma in commemorative events of the Baltic Way.
Author: Ministry of Economics More
19.08.2014 Prime Minister and the German Chancellor discuss security and economic issues
At the invitation of Prime Minister Dr. Laimdota Straujuma, Federal Chancellor of Germany Angela Merkel arrived to Latvia on Monday, August 18.
Author: State Chancellery More
15.08.2014 German Chancellor will pay a visit to Latvia
On Monday, August 18, Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany Dr. Angela Merkel will arrive to Latvia to meet Prime Minister Dr. Laimdota Straujuma.
Author: Izvēlēties More
13.08.2014 Government agrees on the tax and credit support measures for companies affected by Russia’s sanctions
In order to help the Latvian entrepreneurs overcome the consequences of embargo on the import of goods imposed by the Russian Federation, the Cabinet of Ministers at its sitting held on August 12 decided on the state aid to enterprises affected by the sanctions.
Author: Ministry of Economics More
17.07.2014 Latvia Offers Deepest Condolences on Malaysia Airline Disaster over Ukraine
Latvia expresses its deepest condolences over the crash of a Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777. Latvian government leaders offer their heartfelt sympathies to the families and friends of those who perished. Latvia urges that the exact circumstances of the crash be clearly determined in the near future. We demand that the pro-Moscow secessionist forces, which have, to a great extent, control over the territory, do not hamper an urgent international investigation into what has happened.
Author: Ministry of Foreign Affairs More
16.07.2014 Prime Minister participates in the European Council
Prime Minister Laimdota Straujuma participates in the European Council and meets ir President-elect of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker.
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Author: Izvēlēties More
15.07.2014 Photo: The Prime Minister meets the Chairperson of the Latvian-Japanese Parliamentary Friendship Association.
On July 15, Laimdots Straujuma, Prime Minister of the Republic of Latvia, met Hirofumi Nakasone, Chairperson of the Latvian-Japanese Parliamentary Friendship Association.
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Author: State Chancellery More
11.07.2014 People of Latvia are asked to involve in the search of the Fatherland Award
The State Chancellery, in cooperation with the National Museum of History of Latvia and the State Archives of Latvia, has launched an initiative aimed at involving people of Latvia in finding historical evidence about the Fatherland Award.
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28.06.2014 European Council agrees on the strategic priorities of the EU
In the European Council that was held this week in Ypres and Brussels, the leaders of the European Union (EU) Member States agreed on the proposals for work of the new European Commission (EC), and nominated a candidate for the post of the President of the EC. Latvia was represented in the European Council by Prime Minister Laimdota Straujuma
Author: State Chancellery More
27.06.2014 European Council signs the Association Agreements with Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine
On Friday, June 27, the leaders of the European Union Member States signed the Association Agreements with Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine, which will deepen political relations with these countries and promote economic integration. Prime Minister Laimdota Straujuma signed the agreements on behalf of Latvia.
Author: State Chancellery More
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