On Wednesday 15 May, Prime Minister Jüri Ratas will pay a working visit to Latvia following his re-election to the post.
Latvian Prime Minister Krišjānis Kariņš debated the future of Europe with MEPs and Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker on Wednesday.
On Tuesday 16 April, the campaign “See. Hear. Speak.” was launched, by opening the whistleblowers’ contact point at the State Chancellery with a view to raise awareness of the role of whistleblowing in the protection of public interests.
On 17 April, during the EP plenary session in Strasbourg, France, Krišjānis Kariņš, Prime Minister of the Republic of Latvia, will address the members of the European Parliament (MEPs) on the future of the European Union (EU).
Latvia will pay from the state budget for those healthcare services, which the nationals of Latvia will have received in UK until the date of UK’s withdrawal from the European Union (EU) or Brexit.
In light of the commitment of the Government to take immediate measures for strengthening the ability of Latvia to combat money laundering and the financing of terrorism, as well as to enhance the regulation for liquidation of credit institutions, the Ministry of Finance (MoF) has prepared the amendments to the Law On the Financial and Capital Market Commission (FCMC) and the Credit Institutions Law.
The Ministry of Finance has compiled proposals by all the institutions involved and, in cooperation with the Ministry of Justice and the Enterprise Register, will put forward amendments to the Law on the Prevention of Money Laundering and Terrorism Financing.
In the today's meeting with the Prime Minister of Finland Juha Sipilä, the Prime Minister Krišjānis Kariņš discussed the bilateral relations and economic cooperation of both countries, as well as topicalities, security and climate change issues of the European Union (EU).
On Thursday, 7 March, the Prime Minister of Finland Juha Sipilä will arrive in Latvia for a work visit.
Following today's meeting of the Financial Sector Development Council, Prime Minister Krišjānis Kariņš announced the decision to implement a substantial financial sector control reform and tasked the Ministers for Finance, Justice and the Interior with drawing up a legislative package by 26 March to be put to the Cabinet of Ministers.